Zoonotic parasites are animal parasites that can infect humans especially through contact with contaminated soil. Parasitism is the major health problem both for animals and humans, which constitutes major part of the zoonoses. Most zoonotic parasites are found worldwide, they are more prevalent in tropical and subtropical regions where populations experience poor socioeconomic conditions. The study was conducted to detect the prevalence of some zoonotic parasites from soil samples of different areas in relation to different physical factors such as temperature and humidity in different seasons. The diagnostic techniques such as flotation, centrifugal and sedimentation were used to detect parasites from soil samples. The book will highlight the potential risk of transmission of parasites to humans from the public areas.