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    Top 10 Most Endangered Species In The World

    Published: December 06, 2018

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    Top 10 Most Endangered Species In The World

    • 1. Top 10 Most Endangered Species In The World Top 10 Most Endangered Species In The World
    • 2. Endangered Species Of Animals Human beings are the greatest threat to the survival of endangered species through poaching, habitat destruction and the effects of climate change. Changing climatic characteristics with global warming endangers the generation of some animals. Endangered Species Of Animals
    • 3. Panda Panda Endangered pandas are one of the most adorable animals. Pandas live in rainforests in southwestern China. Although pandas are carnivores, they are usually fed with bamboo leaves. The pandas who have escaped from people live in a very narrow area due to the narrowing of the settlements. Adult male pandas are 1.5 meters long and weigh 115 kilos. Females are smaller than males.
    • 4. Polar Bear Polar Bear The polar bear, one of the most affected animals by global warming, is one of the symbols of the poles. They are especially among the largest in the size of carnivores as they live in Greenland, Canadian Arctic Teams and Northern Alaska. An adult polar bear can extend up to 2 meters.
    • 5. Vaquita Vaquita Living in the Gulf of California, the vaquita is one of the animals to be extinct. With less than 100 thought to exist, the Vaquita is the rarest marine mammal in the world. They live on average 21 years. To protect the fish, the California Government set up committees and prohibited the hunting of this species.
    • 6.  Mountain Gorilla Mountain Gorilla It was found that both of the two groups of this species lived in Uganda. More than 200 live in the Virunga National Park, located in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo, bordering Rwanda and Uganda. War has been waged in areas around the park, with gorillas subject to related threats such as poaching and loss of habitat.
    • 7. Snow Leopard Snow Leopard According to the Snow Leopard Foundation, there are 3,500-7,000 snow leopards in nature. The number of snow leopards in the zoo is approximately 600. An average snow leopard weighs 27-54 kg, 1.2-1.5 m in length. The tail is 91 cm long.
    • 8. Tiger Tiger The tiger has long been hunted for its distinctive patterned fur. Destruction of natural habitats in the reduction of the lion population also plays an important role. The lions were found only in West Africa, Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger, Nigeria, and Senegal.
    • 9. Pangolin Pangolin Despite their tough appearance, this small, warrior built mammals are losing the battle against poachers and habitat loss. When their bodies are full of flakes and they detect a threat, they become a ball and use these flakes to scare the enemy. They are the most trafficked animal in the world, hunted for their scales which can be sold on the black market for up to $3,000/kg. Although it is not known exactly how many pangolins remain today, their status has been raised to a critical level.
    • 10. Javan Rhinoceros Javan Rhinoceros This species has only 60 members at present. All of these members live under protection in Ujung Kulon National Park in India. Javan rhinos have also been brought to the verge of extinction by the conversion of forest habitat to farmland.
    • 11. Saola Saola First discovered in May 1992, the Saola was one of the largest zoological discoveries of the 1900s and was the largest mammal in the last 50 years. It is not possible to determine how many people belong to the species. It is known that they live only in Vietnam and Laos.
    • 12. Blue Whale Blue Whale The size of the blue whales in the oceans varies from 23 meters to 35 meters. Whales have a great opportunity for hunting, which is constantly evolving and their weight increases in a short time. The average weight of blue whales living today is 150-200 tons. From 1960 to the present, especially blue whales are among the endangered species. Since it is not possible to reproduce its generations, it is destroyed by hundreds of blue whalers every year. Blue whales, now known to be about 10 thousand, were known to be about 200,000 blue whales before 1960.