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12 Beautiful Wild Animals that require Help From Humans To Avoid Extinction

 As amazing because it is to listen to about lucky animals being began the species list, there are still far too many creatures out there on the brink of total extinction.

It’s heartbreaking to imagine our planet letting all of the gorgeous animals listed below “go the way of the dodo,” as they assert . because the great panda proved when the species was de-classified as endangered, conservation are some things which will truly make a difference for the animals
I know I’d personally like to see the exact same thing happen for all of the names below. you would possibly be surprised to find out just how adversity is for everyone.

Or perhaps their plight happened to slide your mind over the years — something I’ve definitely been guilty of within the past.

Take a glance to find out which animals we'd be losing and what could be their biggest threat to survival.

And don’t forget to SHARE the data on these unexpectedly species together with your friends on Facebook!

1. African Wild Dog
Flickr / Mathias Appel

bigger predators, like lions and Habitat loss from human communities spreading into their natural areas are both reasons WWF calls this species “one of the world’s most endangered mammals.”

2. Sea Lion
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According to the WWF, puppies carrying diseases that spread to eared seal populations is one among the most important factors within the species’ decline.

3. Bengal tiger
Flickr / Derrick Brutel

Following a ban on international tiger trade 1993, the species has been ready to work its way copy to over 2,500.

However, WWF explains that habitat loss, diminishing prey, and get in touch with with humans are still keeping these tigers on the endangered list.

4. Vaquita

As the rarest marine mammal, they weren’t even discovered until 1958. Nearly 60 years later, WWF claims the dolphin are now on the brink of extinction with only 30 individuals remaining.

They place the blame on “fishery bycatch,” saying one out of 5 vaquita find themselves entangled in commercial fishing nets.

5. snow leopard
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The folks at WWF don’t mince words once they lay the blame for this big cat’s population squarely on the shoulders of 1 predator: humans.

A combination of hunting, habitat loss and retaliatory killings of these who feed on farmers’ livestock have caused their numbers to plummet over the years. Though they're not technically on the species list, they're absolutely in danger .

6. Borneo Pygmy Elephant
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Though they're the littlest species of elephant, these cousins of the Asian elephant can still grow over nine feet tall. the most important threat to their survival, consistent with WWF, is that the loss of habitat thanks to deforestation.

7. Green Turtle
Wikimedia Commons / Brocken Inaglory

Named for the greenish color of their skin — not their shells — the WFF explains that the over-harvesting of their eggs, hunting of adults, and ensnarement in tackle has caused this herbivore’s numbers to drop drastically.

8. Western Lowland Gorilla
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Reports from the WWF have shown a 60% decrease during this particular species of gorilla over the past 20 to 25 years. found across Africa, their biggest threat to survival has been poaching. It kills roughly 5% of its population per annum . they're on the list of critically species .

9. Saola
YouTube / World Wildlife Fund

The super-rare species was only uncovered recently, back in 1993, but estimates from WWF have their population already dropping to a couple of hundred at the best — potentially only a couple of dozen — thanks to hunting and habitat loss.

10. Javan Rhino
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There are only a couple of individual Javan rhinos left on the earth , consistent with WWF. Footage from 2015 — showing a mom and her baby calves wandering around Ujung Kulon park in Indonesia — gave many conservationists hope for the species’ future.

11. Yangtze Finless Porpoise
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The WWF claims that so as for these charismatic creatures to avoid being deemed extinct — like their cousins, the Baiji dolphin — the finless porpoise needs a steadier, ampler food supply. Overfishing and pollution became the intelligent animal’s biggest threat to survival.

12. Black footed ferret
Wikimedia Commons / USFWS Mountain Prairie

According to the WWF, this is often the sole species of ferret that’s naturally indigenous to the us . They were previously classified as extinct. Today, however, their numbers are rising.

But they still need tons of help being reintroduced to adequate habitats so as to avoid getting exhausted again.

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