Mammals of Cameroon Checklist

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Mammals of Cameroon

– Checklist

Order: Afrosoricida (tenrecs and golden moles)

The order Afrosoricida contains the golden moles of southern Africa and the tenrecs of Madagascar and Africa, two families of small mammals that were traditionally part of the order Insectivora.

Family: Tenrecidae (tenrecs)
 Genus: Potamogale
 Giant Otter Shrew Potamogale velox

Family: Chrysochloridae
 Genus: Chrysochloris
 Stuhlmann’s Golden Mole Chrysochloris stuhlmanni
 Genus: Calcochloris
 Congo Golden Mole Calcochloris leucorhinus

Order: Tubulidentata (aardvarks)

The order Tubulidentata consists of a single species, the Aardvark. Tubulidentata are characterised by their teeth which lack a pulp cavity and form thin tubes which are continuously worn down and replaced.

Family: Orycteropodidae
Genus: Orycteropus
 Aardvark Orycteropus afer

Order: Hyracoidea (hyraxes)
Four species of fairly small, thickset, herbivorous mammals in the order Hyracoidea. About the size of a domestic cat they are well-furred, with rounded bodies and a stumpy tail. They are native to Africa and the Middle East.

Family: Procaviidae (hylaxes)
Genus: Dendrohyrax
 Western Tree Hyrax Dendrohyrax dorsalis
Genus: Procavia
 Cape Hyrax Procavia capensis

Order: Proboscidea (elephants)
The elephants comprise three living species and are the largest living land animals.

Family: Elephantidae (elephants)
Genus: Loxodonta
 African Bush Elephant Loxodonta africana

Order: Sirenia (manatees and dugongs)

Sirenia is an order of fully aquatic, herbivorous mammals that inhabit rivers, estuaries, coastal marine waters, swamps, and marine wetlands. All four species are endangered.

Family: Trichechidae
Genus: Trichechus
 African Manatee Trichechus senegalensis

Order: Primates
The order Primates contains all the species commonly related to the lemurs, monkeys, and apes, and includes humans. It is divided informally into three main groupings: prosimians, monkeys of the New World, and monkeys and apes of the Old World.

Family: Lorisidae (lorises, bushbabies)
 Genus: Arctocebus
 Golden Angwantibo Arctocebus aureus
 Calabar Angwantibo Arctocebus calabarensis
 Genus: Perodicticus
 Potto Perodicticus potto

Family: Galagidae
 Genus: Galago
 Allen’s Bushbaby Galago alleni
 Demidoff’s Dwarf Galago Galago demidoff
 Senegal Bushbaby Galago senegalensis
 Thomas’s Bushbaby Galago thomasi
 Genus: Euoticus
 Western Needle-clawed Galago Euoticus elegantulus
 Pallid Needle-clawed Galago Euoticus pallidus

Family: Cercopithecidae (Old World monkeys)
 Genus: Allenopithecus
 Allen’s Swamp Monkey Allenopithecus nigroviridis
 Genus: Miopithecus
 Southern Talapoin Monkey Miopithecus talapoin
 Genus: Erythrocebus
 Patas Monkey Erythrocebus patas
 Genus: Cercopithecus
 Chlorocebus Cercopithecus aethiops
 Black-cheeked White-nosed Monkey Cercopithecus ascanius
 Moustached Guenon Cercopithecus cephus
 Red-eared Guenon Cercopithecus erythrotis
 Mona Monkey Cercopithecus mona
 De Brazza’s Monkey Cercopithecus neglectus
 Greater Spot-nosed Monkey Cercopithecus nictitans
 Crowned Guenon Cercopithecus pogonias
 Preuss’s Monkey Cercopithecus preussi
 Genus: Lophocebus
 Grey-cheeked Mangabey Lophocebus albigena
 Genus: Papio
 Olive Baboon Papio anubis
 Genus: Cercocebus
 Collared Mangabey Cercocebus torquatus
 Genus: Mandrillus
 Drill (mammal) Mandrillus leucophaeus
 Mandrill Mandrillus sphinx
Genus: Colobus
 Mantled Guereza Colobus guereza
 Black Colobus Colobus satanas
 Genus: Procolobus
 Red colobus Procolobus badius
 Pennant’s Red Colobus Procolobus pennantii
 Genus: Gorilla
 Western Gorilla Gorilla gorilla
 Genus: Pan
 Common Chimpanzee Pan troglodytes

Order: Rodentia (rodents)
Rodents make up the largest order of mammals, with over 40 percent of mammalian species. They have two incisors in the upper and lower jaw which grow continually and must be keep short by gnawing. Most rodents are small though the capybara can weigh up to 45 kg (100 lb).

Family: Bathyergidae
 Genus: Cryptomys
 Nigerian Mole Rat Cryptomys foxi

Family: Hystricidae (Old World porcupines)
 Genus: Atherurus
 African Brush-tailed Porcupine Atherurus africanus
 Genus: Hystrix
 Crested Porcupine Hystrix cristata

Family: Thryonomyidae (cane rats)
 Genus: Thryonomys
 Lesser Cane Rat Thryonomys gregorianus
 Greater Cane Rat Thryonomys swinderianus

Family: Anomaluridae
 Genus: Anomalurus
 Lord Derby’s Scaly-tailed Squirrel Anomalurus derbianus
 Dwarf Scaly-tailed Squirrel Anomalurus pusillus
 Genus: Anomalurops
 Beecroft’s Scaly-tailed Squirrel Anomalurops beecrofti

 Genus: Idiurus
 Long-eared Flying Mouse Idiurus macrotis
 Pygmy Scaly-tailed Flying Squirrel Idiurus zenkeri
 Genus: Zenkerella
 Flightless Scaly-tailed Squirrel Zenkerella insignis

Family: Sciuridae (squirrels)
 Genus: Xerus
 Striped Ground Squirrel Xerus erythropus
 Genus: Epixerus
 Baifran Palm Squirrel Epixerus wilsoni
 Genus: Funisciurus
 Thomas’s Rope Squirrel Funisciurus anerythrus
 Lady Burton’s Rope Squirrel Funisciurus isabella
 Ribboned Rope Squirrel Funisciurus lemniscatus
 Red-cheeked Rope Squirrel Funisciurus leucogenys
 Fire-footed Rope Squirrel Funisciurus pyrropus
 Genus: Heliosciurus
 Red-legged Sun Squirrel Heliosciurus rufobrachium
 Genus: Myosciurus
 African Pygmy Squirrel Myosciurus pumilio
 Genus: Paraxerus
 Cooper’s Mountain Squirrel Paraxerus cooperi
 Green Bush Squirrel Paraxerus poensis
 Genus: Protoxerus
 Forest Giant Squirrel Protoxerus stangeri

Family: Gliridae (dormice)
 Genus: Graphiurus
 Christy’s Dormouse Graphiurus christyi
 Jentink’s Dormouse Graphiurus crassicaudatus
 Lorrain Dormouse Graphiurus lorraineus
 Graphiurus nagtglasii
 Olga’s Dormouse Graphiurus olga
 Savanna Dormouse Graphiurus parvus
 Silent Dormouse Graphiurus surdus

Family: Nesomyidae
 Genus: Dendromus
 Banana Climbing Mouse Dendromus messorius
 Cameroon Climbing Mouse Dendromus oreas
 Genus: Prionomys
 Dollman’s Tree Mouse Prionomys batesi
 Genus: Steatomys
 Fat Mouse Steatomys pratensis
 Genus: Cricetomys
 Cricetomys emini

Family: Muridae (mice, rats, voles, gerbils, hamsters, etc.)
 Genus: Acomys
 Johan’s Spiny Mouse Acomys johannis
 Genus: Deomys
 Congo Forest Mouse Deomys ferrugineus
 Genus: Lophuromys
 Dieterlen’s Brush-furred Mouse Lophuromys dieterleni
 Fire-bellied Brush-furred Rat Lophuromys nudicaudus
 Mount Cameroon Brush-furred Rat Lophuromys roseveari
 Rusty-bellied Brush-furred Rat Lophuromys sikapusi
 Genus: Uranomys
 Rudd’s Mouse Uranomys ruddi
 Genus: Otomys
 Burton’s Vlei Rat Otomys burtoni
 Western Vlei Rat Otomys occidentalis
 Genus: Desmodilliscus
 Pouched gerbil Desmodilliscus braueri
 Genus: Tatera
 Kemp’s gerbil Tatera kempi
 Fringe-tailed gerbil Tatera robusta
 Genus: Taterillus
 Congo Tateril Taterillus congicus
 Slender gerbil Taterillus gracilis
 Lake Chad Tateril Taterillus lacustris
 Genus: Aethomys
 Hinde’s Rock Rat Aethomys hindei
 Tinfields Rock Rat Aethomys stannarius
 Genus: Arvicanthis
 Guinean Arvicanthis Arvicanthis rufinus
 Genus: Colomys
 African Water Rat Colomys goslingi
 Genus: Dasymys
 West African Shaggy Rat Dasymys rufulus
 Genus: Grammomys
 Shining Thicket Rat Grammomys rutilans
 Genus: Heimyscus
 Smokey Heimyscus Heimyscus fumosus
 Genus: Hybomys
 Eisentraut’s Striped Mouse Hybomys eisentrauti
 Peters’ Striped Mouse Hybomys univittatus
 Genus: Hylomyscus
 Beaded Wood Mouse Hylomyscus aeta
 Mt Oku Hylomyscus Hylomyscus grandis
 Little Wood Mouse Hylomyscus parvus
 Stella Wood Mouse Hylomyscus stella
 Genus: Lamottemys
 Mt. Oku Rat Lamottemys okuensis
 Genus: Lemniscomys
 Mittendorf’s Lemniscomys Lemniscomys mittendorfi
 Typical Striped Grass Mouse Lemniscomys striatus
 Genus: Malacomys
 Big-eared Swamp Rat Malacomys longipes
 Genus: Mastomys
 Guinea Multimammate Mouse Mastomys erythroleucus
 Verhayen’s Multimammate Mouse Mastomys kollmannspergeri
 Natal Multimammate Mouse Mastomys natalensis
 Genus: Mus
 African Pygmy Mouse Mus minutoides
 Peter’s Mouse Mus setulosus
 Thomas’s Pygmy Mouse Mus sorella
 Genus: Mylomys
 Mill Rat Mylomys dybowskii
 Genus: Oenomys
 Rufous-nosed Rats Oenomys hypoxanthus
 Genus: Praomys
 Dalton’s Praomys Praomys daltoni
 Hartwig’s Soft-furred Mouse Praomys hartwigi
 Jackson’s Soft-furred Mouse Praomys jacksoni
 Cameroon Soft-furred Mouse Praomys morio
 Petter’s Praomys Praomys petteri
 Tullberg’s Soft-furred Mouse Praomys tullbergi
 Genus: Stochomys
 Target Rat Stochomys longicaudatus

Order: Lagomorpha (lagomorphs)

The lagomorphs comprise two families, Leporidae (hares and rabbits), and Ochotonidae (pikas). Though they can resemble rodents, and were classified as a superfamily in that order until the early 20th century, they have since been considered a separate order. They differ from rodents in a number of physical characteristics, such as having four incisors in the upper jaw rather than two.

Family: Leporidae (rabbits, hares)
Genus: Lepus
 Cape Hare Lepus capensis

Order: Erinaceomorpha (hedgehogs and gymnures)
The order Erinaceomorpha contains a single family, Erinaceidae, which comprise the hedgehogs and gymnures. The hedgehogs are easily recognised by their spines while gymnures look more like large rats.

Family: Erinaceidae (hedgehogs)
 Genus: Atelerix
 Four-toed Hedgehog Atelerix albiventris

Order: Soricomorpha (shrews, moles, and soledons)

The “shrew-forms” are insectivorous mmmals. The shrews and soledons closely resemble mice while the moles are stout bodied burrowers.

Family: Soricidae (shrews)
 Genus: Crocidura
 Hun Shrew Crocidura attila
 Bate’s Shrew Crocidura batesi
 Long-footed Shrew Crocidura crenata
 Crosse’s Shrew Crocidura crossei
 Dent’s Shrew Crocidura denti
 Long-tailed Musk Shrew Crocidura dolichura
 Eisentraut’s Shrew Crocidura eisentrauti
 Fox’s Shrew Crocidura foxi
 Savanna Shrew Crocidura fulvastra
 Tiny Musk Shrew Crocidura fuscomurina
 Goliath Shrew Crocidura goliath
 Grasse’s Shrew Crocidura grassei
 Hildegarde’s Shrew Crocidura hildegardeae
 Lamotte’s Shrew Crocidura lamottei
 Butiaba Naked-tailed Shrew Crocidura littoralis
 Dramatic Shrew Crocidura ludia
 Manenguba Shrew Crocidura manengubae
 Nigerian Shrew Crocidura nigeriae
 Olivier’s Shrew Crocidura olivieri
 Small-footed Shrew Crocidura parvipes
 Pitch Shrew Crocidura picea
 Fraser’s Musk Shrew Crocidura poensis
 Roosvelt’s Shrew Crocidura roosevelti
 Tumultuous Shrew Crocidura turba
 Savanna Path Shrew Crocidura viaria
 Voi Shrew Crocidura voi
 Yankari Shrew Crocidura yankariensis
 Genus: Paracrocidura
 Schouteden’s Shrew Paracrocidura schoutedeni
 Genus: Suncus
 Least Dwarf Shrew Suncus infinitesimus
 Gabon Dwarf Shrew Suncus remyi
 Genus: Sylvisorex
 Sylvisorex camerunensis
 Isabella Shrew Sylvisorex isabellae
 Johnston’s Shrew Sylvisorex johnstoni
 Climbing Shrew Sylvisorex megalura
 Arrogant Shrew Sylvisorex morio
 Forest Musk Shrew Sylvisorex ollula
 Rain Forest Shrew Sylvisorex pluvialis
 Genus: Congosorex
 Lesser Congo Shrew Congosorex verheyeni
 Genus: Myosorex
 Oku Mouse Shrew Myosorex okuensis
 Rumpi Mouse Shrew Myosorex rumpii

Order: Chiroptera (bats)
The bats’ most distinguishing feature is that their forelimbs are developed as wings, making them the only mammals in the world naturally capable of flight. Bat species account for about 20% of all mammals.

Family: Pteropodidae (flying foxes, Old World fruit bats)
 Genus: Casinycteris
 Short-palated Fruit Bat Casinycteris argynnis
 Genus: Eidolon
 Straw-coloured Fruit Bat Eidolon helvum
 Genus: Epomophorus
 Gambian Epauletted Fruit Bat Epomophorus gambianus
 Wahlberg’s Epauletted Fruit Bat Epomophorus wahlbergi
 Genus: Epomops
 Franquet’s Epauletted Fruit Bat Epomops franqueti
 Genus: Hypsignathus
 Hammer-headed bat Hypsignathus monstrosus
 Genus: Lissonycteris
 Angolan Rousette Lissonycteris angolensis
 Genus: Micropteropus
 Peter’s Dwarf Epauletted Fruit Bat Micropteropus pusillus
 Genus: Myonycteris
 Little Collared Fruit Bat Myonycteris torquata
 Genus: Nanonycteris
 Veldkamp’s Bat Nanonycteris veldkampi
 Genus: Rousettus
 Egyptian fruit bat Rousettus aegyptiacus
 Genus: Scotonycteris
 Pohle’s Fruit Bat Scotonycteris ophiodon
 Zenker’s Fruit Bat Scotonycteris zenkeri
 Genus: Megaloglossus
 Woermann’s Fruit Bat Megaloglossus woermanni

Family: Vespertilionidae
 Genus: Kerivoula
 Copper Woolly Bat Kerivoula cuprosa
 Spurrell’s Woolly Bat Kerivoula phalaena
 Smith’s Woolly Bat Kerivoula smithi
 Genus: Myotis
 Rufous Mouse-eared Bat Myotis bocagii
 Genus: Glauconycteris
 Allen’s Striped Bat Glauconycteris alboguttata
 Silvered Bat Glauconycteris argentata
 Curry’s Bat Glauconycteris curryae
 Bibundi Bat Glauconycteris egeria
 Glen’s Wattled Bat Glauconycteris gleni
 Abo Bat Glauconycteris poensis
 Butterfly Bat Glauconycteris variegata
 Genus: Hypsugo
 Broad-headed Pipistrelle Hypsugo crassulus
 Eisentraut’s Pipistrelle Hypsugo eisentrauti
 Mouselike Pipistrelle Hypsugo musciculus
 Genus: Mimetillus
 Moloney’s Flat-headed Bat Mimetillus moloneyi
 Genus: Neoromicia
 Dark-brown Serotine Neoromicia brunneus
 Cape Serotine Neoromicia capensis
 Yellow Serotine Neoromicia flavescens
 Tiny Serotine Neoromicia guineensis
 Banana Pipistrelle Neoromicia nanus
 Rendall’s Serotine Neoromicia rendalli
 Somali Serotine Neoromicia somalicus
 White-winged Serotine Neoromicia tenuipinnis
 Genus: Nycticeinops
 Schlieffen’s Twilight Bat Nycticeinops schlieffeni
 Genus: Pipistrellus
 Aellen’s Pipistrelle Pipistrellus inexspectatus
 Tiny Pipistrelle Pipistrellus nanulus
 Least Pipistrelle Pipistrellus tenuis
 Genus: Scotoecus
 Hinde’s Lesser House Bat Scotoecus hindei
 Dark-winged Lesser House Bat Scotoecus hirundo
 Genus: Scotophilus
 African Yellow Bat Scotophilus dinganii
 White-bellied Yellow Bat Scotophilus leucogaster
 Nut-colored Yellow Bat Scotophilus nux
 Greenish Yellow Bat Scotophilus viridis
 Genus: Miniopterus
 Greater Long-fingered Bat Miniopterus inflatus
 Schreiber’s Long-fingered Bat Miniopterus schreibersii

Family: Molossidae
Genus: Chaerephon
 Duke of Abruzzi’s Free-tailed Bat Chaerephon aloysiisabaudiae
 Ansorge’s Free-tailed Bat Chaerephon ansorgei
 Gland-tailed Free-tailed Bat Chaerephon bemmeleni
 Nigerian Free-tailed Bat Chaerephon nigeriae
 Russet Free-tailed Bat Chaerephon russata
Genus: Mops
 Sierra Leone Free-tailed Bat Mops brachypterus
 Medje Free-tailed Bat Mops congicus
 Mongalla Free-tailed Bat Mops demonstrator
 Dwarf Free-tailed Bat Mops nanulus
 Peterson’s Free-tailed Bat Mops petersoni
 Spurrell’s Free-tailed Bat Mops spurrelli
 Railer Bat Mops thersites
Genus: Myopterus
 Bini Free-tailed Bat Myopterus whitleyi

Family: Emballonuridae
Genus: Saccolaimus
 Pel’s Pouched Bat Saccolaimus peli

Family: Nycteridae
Genus: Nycteris
 Bate’s Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris arge
 Gambian Slit-faced Bat Nycteris gambiensis
 Large Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris grandis
 Hairy Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris hispida
 Intermediate Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris intermedia
 Large-Eared Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris macrotis
 Ja Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris major
 Dwarf Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris nana
 Parissi’s Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris parisii
 Egyptian Slit-Faced Bat Nycteris thebaica

Family: Megadermatidae
Genus: Lavia
 Yellow-winged bat Lavia frons

Family: Rhinolophidae
 Genus: Rhinolophus
 Halcyon Horseshoe Bat Rhinolophus alcyone
 Rüppell’s Horseshoe Bat Rhinolophus fumigatus
 Hill’s Horseshoe Bat Rhinolophus hillorum
 Lander’s Horseshoe Bat Rhinolophus landeri
 Bushveld Horseshoe Bat Rhinolophus simulator
 Genus: Hipposideros
 Aba Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros abae
 Benito Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros beatus
 Sundevall’s Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros caffer
 Greater Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros camerunensis
 Short-tailed Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros curtus
 Cyclops Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros cyclops
 Sooty Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros fuliginosus
 Hipposideros gigas LC
 Noack’s Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros ruber

Order: Pholidota (pangolins)

The order Philodota comprises the eight species of pangolin. Pangolins are anteaters and have the powerful claws, elongated snout and long tongue seen in the other unrelated anteater species.
Family: Manidae
Genus: Manis
 Giant Pangolin Manis gigantea
 Long-tailed Pangolin Manis tetradactyla
 Tree Pangolin Manis tricuspis

Order: Cetacea (whales)
The order Cetacea includes whales, dolphins and porpoises. They are the mammals most fully adapted to aquatic life with a spindle-shaped nearly hairless body, protected by a thick layer of blubber, and forelimbs and tail modified to provide propulsion underwater.

Family: Kogiidae
 Genus: Kogia
 Dwarf Sperm Whale Kogia sima
Family: Ziphidae
 Genus: Mesoplodon
 Blainville’s Beaked Whale Mesoplodon densirostris
Family: Delphinidae (marine dolphins)
 Genus: Sousa
 Humpback dolphin Sousa teuszii
 Genus: Stenella
 Clymene Dolphin Stenella clymene
 Atlantic Spotted Dolphin Stenella frontalis
 Spinner Dolphin Stenella longirostris
 Genus: Lagenodelphis
 Fraser’s Dolphin Lagenodelphis hosei
 Genus: Feresa
 Pygmy Killer Whale Feresa attenuata

Order: Carnivora (carnivorans)
There are over 260 species of carnivorans, the majority of which feed primarily on meat. They have a characteristic skull shape and dentition.

Family: Felidae (cats)
 Genus: Acinonyx
 Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus
 Genus: Caracal
 Caracal Caracal caracal
 Genus: Felis
 Wildcat Felis silvestris
 Genus: Leptailurus
 Serval Leptailurus serval
 Genus: Profelis
 African Golden Cat Profelis aurata
 Genus: Panthera
 Lion Panthera leo
 Leopard Panthera pardus

Family: Viverridae (civets, mongooses, etc.)
 Genus: Civettictis
 African Civet Civettictis civetta
 Genus: Genetta
 Crested Servaline Genet Genetta cristata
 Common Genet Genetta genetta
 Rusty-spotted Genet Genetta maculata
 Servaline Genet Genetta servalina
 Haussa Genet Genetta thierryi
 Genus: Poiana
 African Linsang Poiana richardsonii

Family: Nandiniidae
 Genus: Nandinia
 African Palm Civet Nandinia binotata

Family: Herpestidae (mongooses)
 Genus: Atilax
 Marsh Mongoose Atilax paludinosus
 Genus: Bdeogale
 Black-footed Mongoose Bdeogale nigripes
 Genus: Crossarchus
 Flat-headed Kusimanse Crossarchus platycephalus
 Genus: Galerella
 Slender Mongoose Galerella sanguinea
 Genus: Herpestes
 Egyptian Mongoose Herpestes ichneumon
 Long-nosed Mongoose Herpestes naso
 Genus: Mungos
 Banded Mongoose Mungos mungo

Family: Hyaenidae (hyaenas)
 Genus: Crocuta
 Spotted Hyena Crocuta crocuta
 Genus: Hyaena
 Striped Hyena Hyaena hyaena

Family: Canidae (dogs, foxes)
 Genus: Vulpes
 Pale Fox Vulpes pallida
 Genus: Canis
 Side-striped Jackal Canis adustus
 Genus: Lycaon
 African Wild Dog Lycaon pictus

Family: Mustelidae (mustelids)
 Genus: Ictonyx
 Striped Polecat Ictonyx striatus
 Genus: Mellivora
 Ratel Mellivora capensis
 Genus: Lutra
 Speckle-throated Otter Lutra maculicollis
 Genus: Aonyx
 African Clawless Otter Aonyx capensis
 Oriental Small-clawed Otter Aonyx congicus

Order: Perissodactyla (odd-toed ungulates)
The odd-toed ungulates are browsing and grazing mammals. They are usually large to very large, and have relatively simple stomachs and a large middle toe.

Family: Rhinocerotidae
Genus: Diceros
 Black Rhinoceros Diceros bicornis

Order: Artiodactyla (even-toed ungulates
The even-toed ungulates are ungulates whose weight is borne about equally by the third and fourth toes, rather than mostly or entirely by the third as in perissodactyls. There are about 220 artiodactyl species, including many that are of great economic importance to humans.

Family: Suidae (pigs)
 Genus: Phacochoerus
 Warthog Phacochoerus africanus
 Genus: Hylochoerus
 Giant forest hog Hylochoerus meinertzhageni
 Genus: Potamochoerus
 Red River Hog Potamochoerus porcus

Family: Hippopotamidae (hippopotamuses)
Genus: Hippopotamus
 Hippopotamus Hippopotamus amphibius

Family: Tragulidae
Genus: Hyemoschus
 Hyemoschus aquaticus

Family: Giraffidae (giraffe, okapi)
Genus: Giraffa
 Giraffe Giraffa camelopardalis

Family: Bovidae (cattle, antelope, sheep, goats)
 Genus: Alcelaphus
 Hartebeest Alcelaphus buselaphus
 Genus: Damaliscus
 Topi Damaliscus lunatus
 Genus: Gazella
 Dama Gazelle Gazella dama
 Red-fronted Gazelle Gazella rufifrons
 Genus: Neotragus
 Bates’s Pygmy Antelope Neotragus batesi
 Oribi Ourebia ourebi
 Genus: Syncerus
 African Buffalo Syncerus caffer
 Genus: Tragelaphus
 Giant Eland Tragelaphus derbianus
 Bongo (antelope) Tragelaphus eurycerus
 Bushbuck Tragelaphus scriptus
 Sitatunga Tragelaphus spekii
 Genus: Cephalophus
 Peters’s Duiker Cephalophus callipygus
 Bay Duiker Cephalophus dorsalis
 White-bellied Duiker Cephalophus leucogaster
 Blue Duiker Cephalophus monticola
 Black-fronted Duiker Cephalophus nigrifrons
 Ogilby’s Duiker Cephalophus ogilbyi
 Red-flanked Duiker Cephalophus rufilatus
 Yellow-backed Duiker Cephalophus silvicultor
 Genus: Sylvicapra
 Common Duiker Sylvicapra grimmia
 Genus: Hippotragus
 Roan Antelope Hippotragus equinus
 Genus: Kobus
 Waterbuck Kobus ellipsiprymnus
 Kob Kobus kob
 Genus: Redunca
 Mountain Reedbuck Redunca fulvorufula
 Bohor Reedbuck Redunca redunca