The fauna of Krka National Park is very rich and diverse, with many endemic, rare and threatened species. This puts the Krka River among the most valuable natural entities in both Croatia and Europe.
Have you ever heard of the endemic species that inhabit Krka National Park? There are many subterranean animals, including freshwater cave snails, cave pseudoscorpion, cave isopod, cave polychaete, olm, and cave cricket. There are ten fish species that are endemic to the Adriatic river basins: Adriatic salmon, huchen, Adriatic dace, Dalmatian rudd, Croatian dace, Dalmatian barbel gudgeon, Adriatic barbel, Illyric ide, Visovac goby and the Dalmatian minnow?
Did you know that four species on the European endangered species list can be found in Krka National Park: greater horseshoe bat, wolf, otter and wild cat?