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The Bukharan markhor, or Tajik markhorCastello J. R. (2016. — Princeton University Press. — Pp. 320—325. — 664 p. — (Capra falconeri heptneri) is an endangered goat-antelope, native to Tajikistan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, possibly also Afghanistan. Today it is found in few scattered populations, for example in Kugitang Nature Reserve in easternmost Turkmenistan. The population of the Bukharan markhor is at around 5,750 animals.
Garlyk Sanctuary is a sanctuary (zakaznik) of Turkmenistan.
Hojaburjybelent Sanctuary is a sanctuary (zakaznik) of Turkmenistan.
Hojagarawul Sanctuary is a sanctuary (zakaznik) of Turkmenistan.
Hojapil Sanctuary is a sanctuary (zakaznik) of Turkmenistan.
Köýtendag District (formerly Çarşaňňy District) is a district of Lebap Province in Turkmenistan.
Köýtendag Range (also Koytendag Range or Kugitangtau Range, Köýtendag) is a spur of the Pamir-Alay mountains in the south-east of Turkmenistan, extending along the border with Uzbekistan's Surkhandarya Province.
Kelif Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary (zakaznik) in Turkmenistan.
Lebap Region (Lebap welaýaty/Лебап велаяты from the Persian لب آب Labe âb) is one of the regions of Turkmenistan.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites are places of importance to cultural or natural heritage as described in the UNESCO World Heritage Convention, established in 1972.
Protected areas of Turkmenistan include nine nature reserves (zapovednik) and 13 sanctuaries (zakaznik) with a total area of 19,750 km2 or more than 4% of Turkmenistan's territory.
The wildlife of Turkmenistan is the flora and fauna of Turkmenistan, and the natural habitats in which they live.