The only native animal in Morocco is the Barbary ape and it is extremely rare. The reason why Morocco only have one native animal is because they border similar countries. The reason why the Barbary ape stays is because of the mountain range in Morocco.
There are 28 million livestock animals in Morocco including mules, horses and camels. More common are sheep, goats and cattle. Mountain sheep are wild and roam in the Atlas mountains.
Morocco has over 450 species of birds. A rare bird is the critically endangered Northern Bald lbis.
Two of Morocco's major rivers are the Moulouya and the Sebou. Both are mainly used for drinking water and irrigation.
The highest peak in Morocco is Mt Djebl Toubkal. There is always snow in top of the mountain no matter what season it is. The mountain is 4.167 km tall.