We wanted to; all animals can survive in peaceful natural habitats, but unfortunately some species are in danger. In this list, we have compiled Nine Animals in Danger of Extinction.
1. Amur Leopard
Although the leopards generally live in the large steppe of Africa, this Leopard species live in the easternmost of Russia. The Amur Leopard bounce ability, which can reach 60 km / h, is also quite advanced. In a single sprint, they can reach 6 meters in the horizontal and 3 meters in the air. These animal breeders, known to live in forests and mountains, stay with their post-mating teeth and sometimes even help in the care of their offspring. It is known that they can live 15 years in natural environment and also 20 years under supervision. It is estimated that there are nearly 60 members of this family.
2. Mountain Gorilla
General population of mountain gorillas live in forested areas in the high parts of the mountains is 900. Two groups of this species, found to live in two separate groups, are located within the boundaries of Uganda.
There is not any information about exactly how many of these bodies live, which consists entirely of pulls. These creatures become a ball when threatened, and use these stamps to frighten their enemies.
First discovered in May 1992, Saola is one of the largest zoological discoveries of the 1900’s, and is also the largest mammal discovered in the last 50 years. There is not any information about how many individuals belonging to the genus live. Sa’awals live only in Vietnam and Laos.
5. Black Rhino
A little research would reveal dozens of things about the disappearance of their generations. More than 5,000 black rhinos live in Shan.
6. Cross River Gorilla
They live around the Cross River, one of Nigeria’s largest rivers. It has not been known for the past 20 years that the strain is endangered. There are about 200-300 Cross River Gorillas now.
7. Hawksbill Turtle
At 75-90 cm in length and 40-75 kilograms in weight, this living species is also at risk of disappearing at the critical level. Over the past century the population has fallen over 80%.
8. Javan Rhino
There are only 60 members on this day. All of these members are under protection in Ujung Kulon National Park in India.
9. Leatherback Sea Turtle
This species, the largest living tortoise species, usually lives in the tropical oceans. According to other sea turtles, the skin-backed sea turtles, which have many different aspects, can be longer than one and a half meters. This species faces the danger of extinction in 20 years.