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Received at: 11/2/2014 Accepted: 9/4/2014 This paper describes the results of a survey of the gastro-intestinal helminth parasites in the faecal matters of fourteen wildlife species investigated in five sites in Radom National Park (R.N.P.), South Darfur State, Sudan. These sites were Radom area, Alhufra, Titrbi, Kafindibei and Kafiakingi. Out of 579 faecal matters examined, 177 were found containing eggs of helminth parasites with an overall prevalence of 30.6%. The Aardvark (Orycteropus afer)doi:10.21608/avmj.2014.170755 fatcat:bg3m5aro7fghnhwl7xeoguvoze