8 Endangered Animals List in the world

Poachers are many and almost some endangered animals?
Extinction is always a serious threat to the existence of fauna on earth. In addition to the natural selection, some human activity is also a factor. As hunting and forest exploitation, which is directly responsible for the extinction of several species of fauna. As humans we have to preserve nature and the environment. Keeping animals and plants is a mission in life. Here are 8 endangered animals in the world!

1.California Condor Bird 

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California condor (Gymnogyps californianus) have a life span of up to 50 years. However, poaching, poison, and loss of habitat, making it one of the rarest birds in the world. Even in the era - 1980s, almost nothing remains of this bird. Thanks to conservation efforts, currently there are 332 condors left, 152 of them in the wild.


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Orangutans of Indonesia is experiencing fate endangered due to the same thing: hunting and habitat loss. In addition, the Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) is difficult to grow because of low reproductive cycle. The females are only able to produce three offspring throughout life.

3. Shark Ganges

Ganges shark (Glyphis gangeticus) lives on the Ganges, India. The cause of the extinction of this species through hunting, habitat loss due to water pollution, and the increasing use of the river by the residents.

4. Crocodile Philippines 

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Philippine crocodile is one of the world's rarest crocodile species, protected Still, a survey in 1995 put the number of Philippine crocodile (Crocodylus mindorensis) only the remaining 100 adult individuals.

5.Black Fotted Ferret 

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Animal so cute and tiny endangered. It is unfortunate that there are probably only a few have the number anymore!
Black-footed ferrets (Mustela nigripes) life is threatened because of the construction of facilities for the human habitat, leaving only less than two percent of its original size.

6. Mountain Gorilla

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The population of mountain gorillas (Gorilla beringei) is greatly reduced due to deforestation, hunting and the pet trade into. Making them the only remaining population of 720 individuals in the wild.

7. Red Wolf 

The red wolf (Canis lupus rufus) made ​​it through the Pleistocene. However, it failed to survive in the modern world of man. Formerly, these wolves spread in the landmark United States. But eventually the red wolf population declined sharply after the introduction of predator control programs and habitat loss. It is estimated that only 100 individuals remaining in the wild North Carolina. 150 other occupants of breeding facilities across the US.

8. Western Gray Whales

Although protected since 1947, the population of western gray whales (Esrichtiius robustus) failed to recover completely. Of the 100 individual whales, only 23 of which were productive female. Endangered Animals List

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