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Proboscid (Elephant) Baramin

Elephantidae Baramin

  • Elephas
    • Straight-tusked Elephant Elephas antiquus († Extinct)
      • Straight-tusked Elephant Elephas a. antiquus
      • Cyprus Dwarf Elephant Elephas a. cypriotes
      • Sicilian Dwarf Elephant Elephas a. falconeri
      • Naumann's Dwarf Elephant Elephas a. naumanni
    • Asian Elephant Elephas maximus
      • Sri Lankan Elephant Elephas m. maximus
      • Sumatran Elephant Elephas m. sumatranus
      • Indian Elephant Elephas m. indicus
      • Chinese Elephant Elephas m. rubridens († extinct)
      • Syrian Elephant Elephas m. asurus († extinct)
  • Mammuthus
    • Steppe Mammoth Mammuthus armeniacus († Extinct)
      • Wooly Mammoth Mammuthus a. primigenius
      • Imperial Mammoth Mammuthus a. imperator
      • Pygmy Channel Is. Mammoth Mammuthus a. exilis
  • Loxodonta
    • African Elephant Loxodonta africana
      • Savanna Elephant Loxodonta a. africana
      • Forest Elephant Loxodonta a. cyclotis
      • North African Elephant Loxodonta a. pharaoensis († extinct)

List of Perrisodactyl (Odd-toed Ungulates) Baramins

Equidae Baramin

Tapiridae Baramin

Rhinocerotidae Baramin

List of Artiodactyl (Even-toed Ungulates) Baramins

Hippopotamidae Baramin

Suidae Baramin

Camelidae Baramin

Tragulidae Baramin

Moschidae Baramin

Cervidae Baramin

Muntiacinae (tentative) Baramin

(Although this Genus is often placed under the Cervidae Baramin, thier Baraminic distance might well prove to be a reality after futher research. So until then these animals will be placed in a Baramin of their own)

Giraffidae Baramin

  • Giraffa
  • Okapia (Although this Genus will tentatively be placed in the Giraffidae Baramin, further research must still be done to prove its Baraminic relationship)

Bovinae Baramin

  • Bubalus
    • Asian Water Buffalo Bubalus bubalis
      • Domestic Asian Water Buffalo Bubalus b. bubalis
      • Wild Asian Water Buffalo Bubalus b. arnee
    • Lowland Anoa Bubalus depressicornis
    • Mountain Anoa Bubalus quarlesi
    • Tamaraw Bubalus mindorensis
      • Mindoro Dwarf Tamaraw Bubalus m. mindorensis
      • Cebu Tamaraw Bubalus m. cebuensis († extinct)
  • Bos
    • Auroch Bos primigenius
      • Wild Auroch Bos p. primigenius († extinct)
      • Domestic Cattle Bos p. taurus
    • Banteng Bos javanicus
    • Gaur Bos gaurus
      • Wild Gaur Bos g. gaurus
      • Domestic Gaur (Gayal) Bos g. frontalis
    • Yak Bos grunniens
      • Domestic Yak Bos g. grunniens
      • Wild Yak Bos g. mutus
    • Kouprey Bos sauveli
  • Pseudoryx
    • Saola Pseudoryx nghetinhensis
  • Syncerus
    • African Buffalo Syncerus caffer
      • Giant Buffalo Syncerus (Pelorovis) c. antiquus(† extinct)
      • Savanna Buffalo Syncerus c. caffer
      • Forest Buffalo Syncerus c. nanamus
  • Bison

Cephalophinae Baramin

Hippotraginae Baramin

  • Hippotragus
    • Roan Antelope Hippotragus equinus
    • Sable Antelope Hippotragus niger
      • Common Sable Antelope Hippotragus n. niger
      • Giant Sable Antelope Hippotragus n. varani
    • Blue Antelope Hippotragus leucophaeus († extinct)

Oryxidae (tentative) Baramin

(Although this group of animals are often placed along with the Hippotraginae Baramin there seems to be no hybrids between the two groups. So the Oryx species will be kept as an separate Baramin until evidence is provided for the conterary.)

Reduncinae Baramin


Caprinae Baramin

Alcelaphinae Baramin

  • Beatragus
  • Damaliscus
    • Tsessebe Damaliscus lunatus
      • Korrigum Damaliscus l. korrigum
      • Topi Damaliscus l. jimela
      • Tsessebe Damaliscus l. lunatus
      • Coastal Topi Damaliscus l. topi
    • Bontebok Damaliscus pygargus
      • Bontebok Damaliscus p. pygargus
      • Blesbok Damaliscus p. phillipsi
    • Bangweulu Tsessebe Damaliscus superstes
  • Alcelaphus
    • Hartebeest Alcelaphus buselaphus
      • Bubal Hartebeest Alcelaphus b. buselaphus († extinct)
      • Red Hartebeest, Alcelaphus b. caama
      • Coke's Hartebeest Alcelaphus b. cokii
      • Lelwel Hartebeest Alcelaphus b. lelwel
      • Lichtenstein's Hartebeest Alcelaphus b. lichtensteinii (Although the Lichtenstein's Hartebeest is usually listed as a separate species, recent evidence points towards its relationship with the Alcelaphus buselaphus as being subspecific. So it will be treated here as an subspecies of the Alcelaphus buselaphus group.)
      • Western Hartebeest Alcelaphus b. major
      • Swayne's Hartebeest Alcelaphus b. swaynei
      • Tora Hartebeest Alcelaphus b. tora

Connochaetinae (tentative) Baramin

(Although the Wildebeests are usually classified as conspecific with and placed under the Alcelaphinae Baramin, it may well be a separate kind and so here it will be placed in the separate Connochaetinae Baramin tentatively until evidence for the contrary can be provided)

  • Connochaetes
    • Black Wildebeest Connochaetes gnou
      • Ancient Black Wildebeest Connochaetes g. antiquus († extinct)
      • Black Wildebeest Connochaetes g. gnou
    • Blue Wildebeest Connochaetes taurinus
      • Blue Wildebeest Connochaetes t. taurinus
      • Eastern White-bearded Wildebeest Connochaetes t. albojubatus
      • Cookson's Wildebeest Connochaetes t. cooksoni
      • Nyassaland Wildebeest Connochaetes t. johnstoni
      • Western White-bearded Wildebeest Connochaetes t. mearnsi

Tragelaphidae Baramin

Antilocaprinae Baramin

  • Antilocapra
    • Pronghorn Antilocapra americana
      • Common Pronghorn Antilocapra a. americana
      • Mexican Pronghorn Antilocapra a. mexicana
      • Lower Californian Pronghorn Antilocapra a. peninsularis
      • Sonoran Pronghorn Antilocapra a. sonoriensis
      • Oregon Pronghorn Antilocapra a. oregona

List of Carnivore Baramins

Canidae (Dog) Baramin

Felidae (Cat) Baramin

Hyaenidae (Hyaena) Baramin

Reference List

van der Merwe, MH. 2010. A Systematic List of the Post-Noachian Flood Larger Mammal Baramins. Unpublished Paper.