Three of the four species of hyena are restricted to sub-Saharan Africa, where they live in drier environments such as savannah, bushland and desert. The fourth species, the Striped Hyena, is found in northern and eastern Africa as well as in Asia from the Middle East to India.
Actually, hyenas are also native to Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia, India, and Pakistan. Spotted hyenas, the most well-known of the four species of hyenas, can be found in Africa south of the Sahara, and are not currently threatened in their range but are experiencing habitat loss. Outside this range, you would only find hyenas in captivity.
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