Fauna of Poland
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Fauna of Poland, according to the Polish Museum and Institute of Zoology, numbers about 36,000 species. The most common type of fauna in Poland are arthropods (Arthropoda), and within them, insects (Insecta).
- ray-finned fishes (Actinopterygii) – 129 species
- amphibians (Amphibia) – 18 species
- reptiles (Reptilia) – 9 species
- birds (Aves) – 435 species
- mammals (Mammalia) – 105 species
- List of birds of Poland
- List of Lepidoptera of Poland
- List of mammals of Poland
- List of non-marine molluscs of Poland
- List of reptiles of Poland
- Piotr Węgrzynowicz (2007-12-16). "Global Taxonomy Initiative Poland - Stan poznania". Museum and Institute of Zoology. Retrieved 2011-11-26.
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