Where do jackals live?

in North America
in South America
in Africa and Asia
in Australia
There are three jackal species: black­-backed jackal and side-striped jackal of sub­-Sa­ha­ran Africa, and the golden jackal of northern Africa and south-­cen­tral Eurasia, from Greece to Thai­land. Modern research revealed that golden jackal is more closely related to coyote and grey wolf, than to other jackal species, so naming all three species a "jackal" is in fact a mistake.

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in North America
in South America
in Africa and Asia
in Australia
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flagAustralia
25%
8%
66%
0%
12
flagItaly
30%
0%
60%
10%
10
flagthe United States
16%
10%
53%
18%
172
flagGermany
20%
8%
53%
16%
89
flagIndia
12%
14%
52%
20%
55
flagCanada
21%
14%
50%
14%
14
flagCzech Republic
16%
16%
50%
16%
12
flagNorway
30%
4%
47%
13%
23
flagPoland
23%
13%
45%
15%
6100
flagthe Netherlands
30%
15%
45%
10%
20
flagthe United Kingdom
29%
9%
43%
17%
120
flagUnknown
25%
25%
38%
11%
36
flagFrance
50%
0%
30%
20%
10
flagRepublic of Ireland
52%
0%
29%
17%
17

Gender

men47%
women44%
in North America
31%
22%
in South America
8%
16%
in Africa and Asia
47%
45%
in Australia
11%
15%

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