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A gerbil is a small mammal of the order Rodentia. Once known simply as "desert rats", the gerbil subfamily includes about 110 species of African, Indian, and Asian rodents, including sand rats and jirds, all of which are adapted to arid habitats.

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Agag Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Agag
Found in Mauritania and Nigeria
Algerian Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Garamantis
Found in Algeria
Ammodile Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Ammodillus Imbellis
Found in Ethiopia and Somalia
Anderson's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Andersoni
Found in Tunisia and Israel
Arabian Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Arimalius
Found in Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates
Balochistan Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Nanus
Found in Morrcco, Somalia and Pakistan
Barfur Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Muriculus
Found in Sudan
Berbera Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Acticola
Found in Somalia
Black-tailed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Nigricaudus
Found in Ethiopia and Kenya
Black-tufted Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Famulus
Found in Arabian Peninsula
Boehm's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Boehmi
Found in Angola, Burundi and Mozambique
Botta's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Bottai
Found in Sudan and Kenya
Brockman's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Brockmani
Found in Somalia
Burton's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Burtoni
Found in Sudan
Bushveld Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Leucogaster
Found in Botswana, Malawi and Swaziland
Bushy-tailed Hairy-footed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillurus Vallinus
Found in Nambia and South Africa
Bushy-tailed Jird
   has the Latin name   
Sekeetamys Calurus
Found in Egypt, Israel and Jordan
Buxton's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Sacramenti
Found in Israel
Cape Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Afra
Found in South Africa
Cape Short-eared Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Desmodillus Auricularis
Found in Angola, Botswana and Namibia
Cheesman's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Cheesmani
Found in Arabian Peninsula
Cheng's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Chengi
Found in China
Congo Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Congicus
Found in Cameroon, Chad and the Congo
Cushioned Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Pulvinatus
Found in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya
Dahl's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Dahli
Found in Armenia and Turkey
Dongola Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Dongolanus
Found in Sudan
Dune Hairy-footed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillurus Tytonis
Found in Namibia
Emin's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Emini
Found in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda
Fat-tailed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Pachyuromys Duprasi
The most docile species of ther Gerbil family. Found in the Northern Sahara.
Flower's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Floweri
Found in Egypt
Fringe-tailed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Robustus
Found in Chad, Eritrea and Somalia
Gorongoza Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Inclusus
Found in Mozambique and Tanzania
Gracile Tateril
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Gracilis
Found in Chad, Ivory Coast and Senegal
Greater Egyptian Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Pyramidum
Found in Israel
Greater Short-tailed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Maghrebi
Found in Morocco
Great Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Rhombomys Opimus
Found in Central Asia
Grobben's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Grobbeni
Found in Libya
Guinean Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Guineae
Found in Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau and Sierra Leone
Hairy-footed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillurus Paeba
Found in Angola, Botswana and South Africa
Harrington's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Harringtoni
Found in Kenya, Somalia and Tanzania
Harrison's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Mesopotamiae
Found in Iraq and Iran
Harwood's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Harwoodi
Found in Kenya
Highveld Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Brantsii
Found in Lesotho, Swaziland and Zimbabwe
Hoogstraal's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Hoogstraali
Found in Morocco
Indian Desert Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Hurrianae
Found in Pakistan and India
Indian Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Tatera Indica
Found in Afghanistan, India and Kuwait
Indian Hairy-footed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Gleadowi
Found in Pakistan and India
James's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Jamesi
Found in Tunisia
Kemp's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Kempi
Found in Benin, Cameroon and Ivory Coast
Kerkennah Islands Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Zakariai
Found in Tunisia
Khartoum Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Stigmonyx
Found in Sudan
King Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Rex
Found in Saudi Arabia and Yemen
Lake Chad Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Lacustris
Found in Cameroon and Nigeria
Large Aden Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Poecilops
Found in Saudi Arabia and Yemen
Lataste's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Latastei
Found in Tunisia, Libya and Algeria
Least Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Pusillus
Found in Sudan, Ethiopia and Tanzania
Lesser Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Gerbillus
Found in Morocco, Nigera and Jordan
Lesser Short-tailed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Simoni
Found in Morocco and Egypt
Libyan Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Libycus
Found in Afghanistan, Iran and Jordan
Lowe's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Lowei
Found in Sudan
Mackilligin's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Mackilligini
Found in Egypt
Mauritian Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Mauritaniae
Found in Mauritania
Midday Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Meridianus
Found in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan
Mongolian Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Unguiculatus
Found in Mongolia
Namib Brush-tailed Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillurus Setzeri
Found in Angola and Namibia
Nigerian Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Nigeriae
Found in Nigeria and Burkina Faso
North African Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Campestris
Found in Algeria, Egypt and Libya
Occidental Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Occiduus
Found in Sudan
Pale Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Perpallidus
Found in Egypt
Persian Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Persicus
Found in Afghanistan, Armenia and Azerbaijan
Petter's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Petteri
Found in Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger
Phillips's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Phillipsi
Found in Ethiopia and Kenya
Pleasant Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Amoenus
Found in Libya and Egypt
Pouched Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Desmodilliscus Braueri
Found in Burkina Faso, Chad, Niger and the Sudan
Principal Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Principulus
Found in Sudan
Przewalski's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Brachiones Przewalskii
Found in China
Pygmy Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Henleyi
Found in Arabian Peninsula
Robbins's Tateril
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Arenarius
Found in Mauritania
Rosalinda Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Rosalinda
Found in Sudan
Rupicolous Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Rupicola
Found in Mali
Sand Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Syrticus
Found in Libya
Sand Rat
   has the Latin name   
Psammomys Obesus
Found in Mauritania and Arabian Peninsula
Savanna Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbilliscus Validus
Found in Burundi, Uganda and Zambia
Senegal Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Pygargus
Found in Niger and Senegal
Shaw's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Shawi
Found in Algeria, Egypt and Libya
Somalian Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Somalicus
Found in Somalia
Somalia Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Dunni
Found in Ethiopia, Somalia and Djibouti
Somali Pygmy Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Microdillus Peeli
Found in Somalia
Sudan Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Nancillus
Found in Sudan
Sundevall's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Crassus
Found in Afghanistan, Algeria and Niger
Swarthy Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Aquilus
Found in Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan
Tamarisk Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Tamariscinus
Found in China, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan
Tarabul's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Tarabuli
Found in Senegal and Mauritania
Thin Sand Rat
   has the Latin name   
Psammomys Vexillaris
Found in Algeria, Libya and Tunisia
Tranieri's Tateril
   has the Latin name   
Taterillus Tranieri
Found in Mali and Mauritania
Tristram's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Tristrami
Found in Armenia, Lebanon and Syria
Vinogradov's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Vinogradovi
Found in Iran, Syria and Turkey
Vivacious Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Vivax
Found in Morrcco, Somalia and Pakistan
Wagner's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Dipodillus Dasyurus
Found in the Nile Delta
Waters's Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Watersi
Found in Sudan, Somalia and Djibouti
Western Gerbil
   has the Latin name   
Gerbillus Hesperinus
Found in Morocco
Zarudny's Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Zarudnyi
Found in Afghanistan and Turkmenistan


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