Endangered Mammals of Central America
Show mammals in Central America with profiles available.
Show all mammals of concern in Central America.
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Common Name Range ***
Bahaman Lesser Funnel-eared Bat Bahamas
Bahamian Hutia Bahamas
Bangs's Mountain Squirrel Costa Rica, Panama
Big Deer Mouse Guatemala
Black-tailed Hutia Cuba
Brown's Hutia Jamaica
Brown-headed Spider Monkey Panama
Bush Dog Panama
Cabrera's Hutia Cuba
Central American Tapir Southern Mexico to Colombia and Ecuador
Chapman's Prehensile Tailed Hutia Cuba
Cloud Forest Rice Rat El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua
Coiban Agouti Panama
Cotton-top Marmoset Costa Rica to Colombia
Cougar North and Central America
Crested Tailed Deer Mouse El Salvador, Guatemala
Cuban Evening Bat Cuba
Cuban Greater Funnel-eared Bat Cuba
Cuban Lesser Funnel-eared Bat Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica
Cuban Solenodon Cuba
Cuban Yellow Bat Cuba
Curacaoan Long-nosed Bat Netherlands Antilles
Cuvier's Hutia Dominican Republic, Haiti
Darien Small Eared Shrew Panama
Dominican Myotis Guadeloupe, West Indies (Dominica)
Dwarf Hutia Cuba
Ender's Small-eared Shrew Panama
Galapagos Sea Lion Costa Rica
Garrido's Hutia Cuba
Geoffroy's Spider Monkey Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama
Giant Anteater Central and South America
Guadeloupe Big Brown Bat Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe Big-eyed Bat Guadeloupe, Montserrat
Guatamalan Small Eared Shrew Guatemala
Guatemalan Black Howler Monkey Belize, Guatemala
Guatemalan Vole Guatemala
Haitian Solenodon Dominican Republic, Haiti
Handley's Tailless Bat Costa Rica, Panama
Hispaniolan Greater Funnel-eared Bat Dominican Republic, Haiti
Honduran White Bat Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama
Hooded Seal Central America
Hummelinck's Vesper Mouse Netherlands Antilles
Jaguar Central and South America
Jaguarundi Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama
Jamaican Greater Funnel-eared Bat Jamaica
Jamaican Red Bat Jamaica
Large-eared Hutia Cuba
Lesser Long-nosed Bat El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras
Little Earth Hutia Cuba
Little Goblin Bat Cuba
Little Spotted Cat Costa Rica to Northern Argentina
Mantled Howler Monkey Mexico to South America
Margay Central and South America
Mayan Deer Mouse Guatemala
Mexican Agouti Cuba
Mexican Long-nosed Bat Central America
Mexican Long-tongued Bat El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras
Minor Red Bat Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico
Narrow-nosed Harvest Mouse Guatemala
Nelson's Spiny Pocket Mouse Guatemala
Ocelot USA (Arizona, Texas) to Central and South America
Pfeiffer's Red Bat Cuba
Prehensile-tailed Hutia Cuba
Pygmy Three-toed Sloth Panama
Red Fruit Bat Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Red-backed Squirrel Monkey Costa Rica, Panama
Richmond's Squirrel Nicaragua
Roatan Island Agouti Honduras (Honduran Caribbean Is.)
Sambar Deer Central America
Schwartz's Myotis West Indies
Small-toothed Harvest Mouse Guatemala
Solitary Fruit-eating Bat Panama
Southern Hutia Cuba
Spectral Bat Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Trinidad and Tobago
Striped Rice Rat Guatemala
Talamancan Small Eared Shrew Costa Rica, Panama
Talamancan Yellow-shouldered Bat Costa Rica, Panama
Thomas's Sac-winged Bat Belize, Guatemala
Thomas's Water Mouse El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras
Thomas's Yellow-shouldered Bat Guadeloupe, Montserrat
Van Gelder's Bat Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua
West Indian Manatee Caribbean Sea
White-lipped Peccary Central America
Yellow Isthmus Rat Panama
Yucatan Brown Brocket Deer Belize, Guatemala

**What mammals are listed here?:

The Central America section of this site lists the folllowing mammals appearing on select endangered species lists:
  • Mammals that dwell in or migrate to any region found in Central America and any nearby islands between North and South America.
  • Mammals of the Caribbean Islands or Caribbean Sea.
  • Mammals that dwell in or migrate to the West Indies (Jamaica, Bahamas, Trinidad, etc.).

Disclaimer:
This list combines species from several endangered species lists. Using the total count of species found on this site as an official count of endangered species of the world is not recommended. For more information on what creatures are listed on this site, please visit our About EEC page.


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