A Brief Introduction to James’s Gerbil
The rodent species Dipodillus jamesi, also known as James’s gerbil, is native exclusively to Tunisia’s eastern coast.
In the most recent evaluation by The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species in 2016, this particular species was classified as Data Deficient, indicating that there is insufficient information available to make a precise assessment of its conservation status.
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