Algeria Unit Study
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fossils record for the Tubulidentata dates back to the Eocene (55-34 million ya). In the Miocene (24-5 million ya) Tubulidentata showed its widest distribution/diversity, with 6 Euroasian and 5 African species existing at this time. By the Pleistocene Orycteropus was limited to Africa and today the aardvark is the only remaining species and has been present in Algeria since the late Pleistocene (2 -10,000ya) until the present time. http://www.edgeofexistence.org/mammals/species_info.php?id=5...
The serval, Leptailurus Serval, known in Afrikaans as Tierboskat, "tiger-forest-cat", is a medium-sized African wild cat. DNA studies have shown that the serval is closely related to the African golden cat and the Caracal. It is widely distributed South of the Sahara and was once also found in Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria. White Serval are very rare, never having been found in the wild.