Angela, an animal lover, has a passion for learning and understanding God's creatures. As a born teacher, she enjoys sharing her knowledge.
What Is an Endangered Animal?
An endangered animal is one that is at risk of becoming extinct or t risk of no longer being in existence. Dinosaurs are the largest group of animals to have ever become extinct. Other creatures to have become extinct are dodo birds, mammoths, and saber-toothed cats.
Endangerment of animals is occurring at an alarming rate due to environmental changes, the destruction of habitat, the shortage of food supply, and being hunted. Many of these causes are preventable through education about the dangers of their habits.
Unfortunately, many animal habitats have turned into places such as a subdivision or mall, where humans use. Other animals are being hunted by humans who are seeking money, not considering the long-term effects of their actions.
Fortunately, many laws are being enforced to help prevent the complete extinction of many species. As with any law, there are people known as poachers who ignore them and will still kill animals for either their fur or meat. Here are some beautiful animals that are at risk of becoming extinct and ways to help preserve the land they call home.
What Animals Are Endangered
Many Kinds of Tigers are Endangered Animals: There are nine different types of tigers. Three of these kinds are extinct. The Siberian Tiger is one that scientists are very concerned about, because they may become extinct in the immediate future, due to their few numbers left in the wild. There are so few that they classify as critically endangered. There is only one type of tiger that is more endangered than the Siberian Tiger, which is the South China Tiger.
The South China Tiger is one of the ten most endangered animals in the entire world, according to china.org. There is believed to be only fifty-nine South China Tigers alive, and none live in their original habitat, which means they are extinct in the wild.
Bengal Tigers are another endangered animal, but unlike the South China Tiger, they still live in the wild. They believe that there are less than two thousand. That is fewer tigers than people who live in most cities.
Elephants Are Endangered Animals.
There are two kinds of elephants: the African elephant and the Asian elephant, which are both endangered. There are believed to be around five-hundred-thousand African elephants in the wild, which may sound like a lot, but only twenty-five years ago, there were more than one million. The numbers are decreasing very quickly. That means in twenty-five years, half the elephants that lived, have died.
Asian elephants are even more endangered than African elephants. There are less than 50,000 alive, which is only a tenth of the number of African elephants, due to the decreasing habitat and poachers.
Leatherback Sea Turtle
The Leatherback Sea Turtle Is an Endangered Species
The leatherback sea turtle is the world's most giant turtle, as well as the most endangered. It became endangered because humans have taken their eggs as keepsakes. Many people find it neat when they find a turtle egg on the beach. Not realizing the consequence, they pick it up. Their ignorance is killing off an entire species. If you see eggs on the beach, feel free to take a picture, but leave the eggs alone.
Another reason they are dying is that turtles mistake plastic items for food, that is why it is essential never to litter. Plastic can get into the ocean. When an animal sees something floating, they often assume it is an animal they can eat, this has the potential of poisoning, choking, or causing blockages in their intestines. Although both of these are real dangers, their decreasing numbers is in most part, due to the loss of beaches where they can inhabit. The more beaches we humans have to swim on, the less there are for other creatures to live.
Leopards Are Endangered Animals
There are at least nine different subspecies of leopards. Many of these are endangered, the most endangered being the Amur leopards. There are only forty left on this earth. They live in the same area as the Siberian tiger, which has also been affected by the decreasing habitat.
Because leopards are some of the most beautiful animals, with beautiful fur, people used to hunt them, which is the primary reason for the limited number left today. The number of Amur leopards left has decreased the number so significantly; it has reduced the odds of the ones left to become pregnant, which is causing their population to decrease substantially.
The snow leopard is another endangered leopard. There are around five thousand snow leopards left on this Earth in the wild. A big problem for the snow leopard is that the animals they prey on are decreasing. As their food falls, so do the number of surviving snow leopards.
What Can You Do To Help Endangered Animals
The biggest thing we can do to help endangered animals is to take care of our world. Maybe tigers and leopards don't live where you do, but many animals do. They need protection, just like other animals do. There are many ways that we can protect animals by taking care of our environment.
Recycle: We need to make sure that we are recycling plastic, tin, and paper so that we don't use our world's natural resources. Every time paper is made, or a bottle is made, resources from our Earth are used. Some of these resources are found where animals live, and to get to them; we need to disrupt their habitat. By making sure we reduce, reuse, recycle, we allow places where endangered animals live to be protected from being destroyed.
Reduce: By reducing what you use, you can also protect our Earth. One way to do this is, instead of writing on one side of a paper, write on both sides. Also, when you leave a room, reduce the energy you are using by turning off the lights.
Reuse: We should also choose items that can be reused, like a reusable water bottle, rather than prepackaged water bottles. By using reusable containers for our water rather than buying bottled water, we prevent many of our resources from being used up. Another example uses a towel, rather than paper towels.
Plant a Tree: Many animals use trees for shelter, protection, or even food. All big trees began as small trees. The only way to assure there is going to be big trees in the future is if there are small trees today. You can achieve this by planting trees in your neighborhood.
Join an Adopt An Animal Program: There are many endangered animals in this world; there are also a lot of organizations that help these animals. Many of these organizations allow you to adopt an animal. They won't come to live with you, but you will receive a picture and information on your animal, as well as occasional updates. It does cost money, so you'll have to discuss this with your parents, but that money will be used to find better habitats for that animal, as well as fund research for ways to help that animal thrive in the wild. Worldwildlife.org is one place where you can find animals to adopt.
Be creative; there are hundreds of ways that you can protect our earth. Feel free to share some of your ideas.
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Questions & Answers
Question: What are endangered animals?
Answer: There are seven different stages of concern for animals. Beginning with those considered "least concern" and ending with "extinct" The other stages go in order from:
1. LC - least concern
2. NT - near threatened
3. VU - vulnerable
4. EN - endangered
5. CE - critically endangered
6. EW - extinct in the wild
7. EX - extinct
Some ratings include a conservation dependent between least concern and near threatened. Another status is Data Deficient for animals they are unsure of the population. The rating is based on data they gather on how likely they could become extinct in the future.
Question: How can I help to save endangered animals?
Answer: The biggest thing that we all can do is to protect the environment around us. Of course, you know of "reduce, reuse, recycle," but also stop consuming as much as well. The less we consume, the less that will be used. We do not need all the stuff we have, and the more we have, the more resources are needed to create, construct, sell, and store those items. Also, be mindful of what we do consume. This includes clothes, water, household items, etc.
We also can help them by donating money to or visiting wild animal refuges, which fund the preservation of these animals.
Try to minimize the use of things that kill wildlife, such as pesticides.
Also, stay educated on which animals are endangered, and seek information on how to help that particular animal. Some programs such as "adopt an animal" programs are great. There are other ways which are unique to individual species.
Question: How many tigers are left in the world?
Answer: According to worldwildlife.com, there are 3,890 tigers. They are considered endangered, but fortunately are on the rise.
Question: How many markhors are left?
Answer: In 2015, they went from being "endangered" to being "near threatened," because they only had 5,754 mature adults in the wild. They are increasing, so hopefully the next time they do their evaluation, we will find that they have grown out of the near threatened status according to ICUN.
Question: How many Arowanas are there left in the world?
Answer: The Arowana, also known as the Dragon Fish, is a fish that is worth $300,000, according to the New York Post. This is so in part because it is an endangered animal. Although, I might argue such a fish should not be bought, but rather preserved. Although data of its population has been unknown, it was classified as endangered in 1996 and put on the red list of the IUCN. They did not give a population number, just that "Further taxonomic study is required to confirm the taxonomic status of populations of the species across its range."
Question: How many leatherback sea turtles are left in the wild?
Answer: According to OEW (Our Endangered World), there are approximately 60,000 leatherback sea turtles left in the wild, whereas the WWF claim that there are only 20,000 to 30,000 left in the wild. Both agree that they are considered critically endangered, which is more severe than being classified as endangered. Most of the deaths have occurred in the past twenty years. Fortunately, many areas are working on protecting nesting beaches of these animals. Costa Rica actually has donation-funded beach patrols looking out for these guys.
Question: How many red pandas are there?
Answer: In 2014, there were about 10,000 adult red pandas left in the wild, now it is believed that there are only 10,000 total left, and only a quarter of them being in the wild.
Question: Why are South African elephants decreasing?
Answer: The biggest culprit is illegal killing due to people wanting their ivory tusks. Their tusks are extremely expensive, so is a very lucrative income for a poacher. Another big culprit is because their habitat is slowly dwindling away.
Question: How many elephants are there in the world?
Answer: According to the World Atlas, as of 2019, there are 35,000-40,000 Asian elephants and significantly more African elephants, possibly as many as 450,000-700,000.
Question: Why do we have to save endangered animals?
Answer: In all honesty, we do not have to, we can allow them to continue to dwindle, but ultimately it will end up hurting us in the long run. We rely on plants and animals to exist. We eat plants and animals, and these items could very well become effected if we allow animals to die. Personally, I believe that God has called us to take care of this world and the creatures in it. If you believe the Bible it states as such. I think it is important we take that responsibility seriously.
Question: Are lions endangered? Why?
Answer: They are considered vulnerable, which means if their numbers continue to be affected, then they will become endangered. Their biggest threats are habitat loss and illegal wildlife trade. Currently, there are only 20,000 in the wild and the numbers do appear to be decreasing.
Question: What are endangered species?
Answer: Endangered species are animals that are considered at risk of becoming extinct. The biggest cause for this is a loss of habitat. The IUCN often makes this classification. There are several stages on the scale of endangered animals, which include: extinct, extinct in wild, critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable, near threatened and least concern.
Question: Why is Nilgiri tahr an endangered animal?
Answer: It is an endangered animal, because of both poaching, disease, a competition of food, and loss of habitat. Poaching is most often a result of people wanting to eat their mood. Plus, they compete for food with goats and cattle, which limits how widely they can spread. Finally, their habitat loss has been due to temple tourism and eucalyptus cultivation.
Question: What are the reasons for endangered species in Pakistan?
Answer: According to wildlife.org.pk, the main reason for animals becoming endangered in Pakistan have to do with hunting and loss of habitat. Such animals as the Astore markhor were poached so severely for both meat and trophies that they became endangered.
Question: Are piranhas real?
Answer: Yes, piranhas are definitely real. They do have a worse reputation than what they really are, much like sharks. Some blame President Teddy Roosevelt for disparaging them in one of his best-selling books, claiming that they would eat a man alive because of their love for blood. The only known digestion of a man by a piranha has only occurred when men have been found dead in the water and have been there for some time. Even then they did eat bites, but not a significant portion of the carcass. Even more surprisingly, some piranhas are vegetarians.
Question: How does captive breeding help protect endangered animals?
Answer: Right now, it is in the early stages, and there is not enough evidence to prove this will work in the long run. There are concerns about genetic diversity. Also, some animals do not reproduce as well in captivity such as the Panda. So it only works with certain species. The hope is by breeding them in captivity, they will prevent animals from going extinct. Unfortunately, we will need to wait to see if this works, as there is not yet enough data.
Question: What is lifespan of snow leopards?
Answer: In the wild, a snow leopard can live as long as long as 15-18 years old, although they live much longer in captivity. Some live as old as 20 years old, if not slightly older.
Question: How many tigers are left in the world?
Answer: According to WWF, as of 2018, the number of tigers is increasing. Although there is still much more work to be done, right now, they estimate that at least 3,890 tigers live in the wild.
Question: Are giant pandas endangered?
Answer: Giant pandas are currently considered "vulnerable." Technically that means they are not endangered any longer. According to WWF, in 2014 they were moved from being classified endangered to vulnerable because of a 17% increase in the wild population. They hope this number will continue to improve. Despite the news WWF still uses the giant panda as their logo!
Question: How many snow leapords are left in the wild?
Answer: According to defenders.org, there are 3,500 to 7,000 snow leopards left in the wild, and 600-700 left in zoos. The reason for such a large variation in the estimate is because snow leopards are very shy and it is hard to determine an exact number of snow leopards in the wild. Recently, they have been lifted from "endangered" status to "vulnerable," which means they are in danger of becoming extinct, but they do seem to be repopulated with protection.
Question: How many red pandas are left in the world?
Answer: According to WWF, as of April 2018, there were less than 10,000 red pandas left in the wild. Our hope is that this number will eventually grow.
Question: Which animals in the Maharashtra state are extinct or endangered?
Answer: Some critically endangered birds include the social lapwing, forest owlet, great Indian bustard, and sarus crane. Some of the endangered animals include the greater one-horned rhinoceros, Nilgiri tahr, Bengal tigers, Asiatic lions, black bucks, lion-tailed macaques, and snow leopards. Some known extinct animals include the Bharattherium Exaeretodon, Gigantopithecus, Hyperodapedon, Indian aurochs (Bos primigenius namadicus), Sivatherium, the pink-headed duck.
Question: How should we save the animals that are facing the danger of extinction?
Answer: If there is an animal you are particularly passionate about you can find different programs where you can "adopt" an animal. The money will go towards helping restore that animals environment and encouraging reproduction. WorldWildLife.org is one that does that. You usually are rewarded with a fact sheet on your animal, a plush animal, and a certificate. You can even adopt a narwhal through them!
If there is an animal in your area that is endangered, find a preserve that houses them. For example, the Florida panther is endangered, but they have preserves you can go visit, which helps them expand their territory and reproduce.
Then of course just taking care of our environment.
Question: How many people in the world are helping endangered animals?
Answer: The answer to this is too general to answer truly. If we were to do a survey, some would say yes they are helping by recycling. Some would say they are helping by not littering. Some would say they are helping by donating to programs.
I think a more important question is, are you helping endangered animals?
Then the second question is, are you teaching others how to help endangered animals?
I would spend less time worrying about what others are or are not doing, and focus on more on the impact that you can make in this world!
Question: How endangered is the anoa?
Answer: There are actually two types of anoa, which both are endangered. It is believed there are less than 5,000 in the wild of both species.
Question: Why do we have endangered animals?
Answer: We have endangered animals because species are being threatened either through loss of habitat, poaching, or the food chain is affected either below or above them.
Question: What are endangered species? What consequences occur if they aren't conserved?
Answer: An endangered species is an animal that is in danger of becoming extinct. If humans do not help preserve the species or do things to help conserve the atmosphere and habitat it lives in, then that puts the animal at further risk of extinction. It is possible without the help of humans that the species could become extinct.
Question: What does the term endangered mean?
Answer: It means seriously at risk of extinction.
Question: What happens when all animals disappear ?
Answer: Animals, whether they are big or small, are essential to our ecosystem. Each animal plays an important role somewhere on the food chain. If an animal at the top of the food chain dies, then ones that would normally be killed off by that animal would now be at the top of the chain and would become much more plentiful. The plant or animal right under them on the food chain would dwindle until the animals that are now on top of the food chain had run out of or low on resources until they begin to fight over and kill one another for the remaining resources. This would continue down the food chain killing off more and more species of animals, insects, and plants until everything became extinct. Without animals on the earth, if there were any plants left, there would be nothing breathing out carbon dioxide for them to survive. So eventually everything on earth would die along with the animals and earth would become desolate.
Question: Why are red pandas at risk?
Answer: The red pandas biggest threat is habitat loss due to human encroachment and deforestation. They also are subject to poaching.
Question: What topics should you write about if you do a report on an endangered animal?
Answer: I think a good start would be to describe what the animal looks like, what it eats, where it lives, and fun facts about the animal. Then you could write about the population of the animal, whether its population is growing or shrinking, and what things cause it to be endangered. You could end your report about how someone could help protect that animal.
Question: Are piranhas endangered?
Answer: They are not currently endangered. Keep in mind that there are actually a lot of different kinds of fish that are considered piranhas. Therefore, there is a possibility of one kind to be endangered, yet others do not. Currently, there are between 40 and 60 subspecies.
Question: How many endangered animals are left in the world in 2019?
Answer: This number varies as new information rolls in. Although a specific number of species that are endangered is unknown due to continual changes in data, I believe that the website www.worldwildlife.org gives a lot of information on many of these animals. Some of these animals you may never have heard of.
Question: How can we help endangered animals?
Answer: The best way to help endangered animals is to protect the environment around you and become educated about companies who support endangered wildlife.
Simple ways to protect the environment around you is to reduce the waste you use. The more paper/plastic/etc. You use, the more resources needed to replace them. You can choose to use recycled items, so that way new resources did not need to be taken for you to use such items. I also encourage recycling the items you do use. Other ways would be to plant new trees. It may not help animals in Africa, but it will help the animals living in your area.
I love WWF.org website, where it will tell you all about many of the endangered animals and what they do to support these creatures. You can donate to help them by buying stuffed animals or "adopt an animal."
Question: What are the different types of endangered species?
Answer: There are several levels of endangered from near threatened to extinct. The IUCN uses these classifications, so that way others are aware of how close to extinction an animal is. The classifications can be broken down as such:
Least Concern - they have a healthy population and do not seem to be threatened.
Conservation Dependent - they are not of high concern, but the IUCN is watching their numbers that they do not dwindle further.
Near Threatened - their numbers are beginning to dwindle, but there is hope that they will be stable numbers in the future.
Vulnerable - their numbers have continued to dwindle, and the IUCN is watching them more closely.
Endangered - the IUCN feels that these animals need to be very closely watched, and active conservation efforts need to happen
Critically Endangered - extinction is a serious risk and the most conservation efforts are placed on these animals.
Extinct in the Wild - there are none of these animals left in the wild.
Extinct - there are no known individuals of this species left in the wild or captivity.
Question: What are some cause and effect questions in relation to endangered animals that I can discuss with my class?
Answer: Here is just a short lists of ones I was able to think of:
- the cause of hunting beyond what is legally allowed - the effect that species becomes underpopulated
- the cause of pollution of things such as plastic bags being not properly disposed of - sea creatures confuse a plastic bag for a jellyfish and eat that, then die.
- the cause large subdivisions built in a heavily wooded area - the cause thousands if not millions of animals, insects, and plants lose a large portion of their population. They must move and overpopulate another area, which disrupts the equilibrium of the wildlife, ultimately causing the numbers to eventually decrease due to lack of resources.
- the cause a new foreign species is released in the wild due to someone trying to keep an animal they shouldn't and once the animal is no longer suitable to live in a home, they don't know what else to do with them - the new species brings new diseases other species are not immune to, worse yet if they breed that animal can take over an area causing a different species to suffer as a result.
There are many cause and effects that are too numerous to type. Most are related to loss of habitat and illegal hunting.
Question: How do animals become endangered?
Answer: There are many reasons why an endangered animal becomes endangered. Most often is due to either loss of habitat or hunting. They may also become endangered if any of the animals on their food chain become endangered. Regardless if they are at the top or at the bottom or a food chain, when one species is affected, every species in that food chain is affected.
There are many reasons why animals lose their habitat, whether it be due to humans using their land for homes or farming, destruction of their land such as deforestation, or a foreign species being introduced in that area and overtaking the resources.
There are also a lot of reasons why an animal may get hunted, whether it be for trophy purposes, use in clothing and other products, use in medicinal purposes, used as food, killing them due to being a nuisance and disturbing their livestock or crops, and any other reason a person may choose to kill an animal.
Question: Why are elephants endangered?
Answer: Elephants became endangered mostly because of illegal hunting, as poachers use the ivory of their tusks.
Question: What does reduce, reuse, and recycle have to do with animals?
Answer: The better we take care of our environment, the better our environment can care for our animals. Reducing what we use, reusing what we have, and recycling what we don't need, is a way that we can better take care of our environment. The healthier our ecosystem is, the better animals can flourish.
Question: What was the last animal in 2018 to become extinct?
Answer: This is a near-impossible question to answer since in most cases we don't know the exact moment a species goes extinct. Often there is a certain period of time without seeing the animal has passed before it is classified as extinct. According to BirdLife International, Hawaii's Po'ouli, a bird that has not been seen in the wild since 2004, went extinct since the last bird left in captivity died this year. There are many other wildlife that are now classified as extinct, but it is hard to specify the exact date as to when they became extinct. In March of 2018, the last known male northern white rhino died. There are two females still alive, so although they are not yet extinct, assuming there are no unknown northern white rhinos in existence, they will become extinct soon.
Question: Why should we protect animals?
Answer: Biblically, God has given us dominion over the animals of this earth, and part of that is a responsibility to take care of them. We are the only ones who can control the destruction of our ecosystem; therefore, we should be doing all that we can to take care of this earth. More than that, for every creature that dies, an entire food chain is affected. Since we are at the top of several food chains, we will inevitably be affected when other animals become endangered or extinct.
Question: What animals are endangered?
Answer: There are so many animals that are endangered; it would be impossible to list every single one. Plus, this list often changes, depending on the status of each animal. Fortunately, some animals begin to multiply and can get off the endangered species list, while others are joining it every day. Just a few endangered animals include the rhinoceros, sea turtle, orangutan, gorilla, etc. Since this list is ever-changing, it is a good idea to check out the website with WWF, because they keep tabs on the most current status of each animal.
Question: Are bearded dragons endangered?
Answer: Currently, they are not on any endangered species list.
Question: What are your views on the protection of endangered species?
Answer: God has called us to have dominion over all species, and a large part of that I believe is to take care of them. Therefore, I believe it is imperative that we take reasonable measures to protect endangered species.
Question: What can we do to save these endangered animals?
Answer: The most important thing the average person can do is to be conscientious of the waste they use and the products they consume. The less we use and the less we waste, the better this earth will be. If there are items that must be used, it is a good idea to use things that can either be recycled or reused. Other things that you can do is to provide more habitat for more animals by planting trees.
Question: What are three endangered animals in Africa and the countries they are from?
Answer: The pygmy hippopotamus primarily lives in Liberia is extinct, as well as the riverine rabbit in South Africa. Finally, the Ethiopian Wolf lives in Ethiopia!
Question: What is the most endangered species to date?
Answer: This is an ever-changing answer. One animal that might win that title is the northern white rhino because the last surviving male died in March of 2018, which means there is no way for the two remaining females northern white rhinos to mate; therefore, they will become extinct.
Question: How much on a scale of 1 to 10 are leatherback turtles endangered?
Answer: I do not think a scale of one to ten is an accurate way to classify how endangered an animal is since that kind of scale is very subjective. Fortunately, they do have a classification system for how endangered animals are that starts with least concern and goes to extinct. On that scale, leatherback turtles are classified as endangered. The stages in order are:
1. Least concern
2. Near threatened
5. Critically endangered
6. Extinct in the wild
Question: Why do we need certain animals? Including ones on endangered species lists?
Answer: Each animal is important in its ecosystem. When one animal dies off or decreases and even increases in number, it disrupts the equilibrium of the food chain. This then affects all other animals and plants in the food chain. Since many creatures and especially plant life are part of more than one food chain, it can have dramatic effects on an entire ecosystem.
Question: How can we save endangered birds?
Answer: The best way to save endangered birds is the same way to save most endangered animals and that is to take care of the world around you by recycling what you can, reusing what you are able, and reduce using everything else. Also by educating yourself and others on the dangers these animals are will help. The more we are aware of how our actions affect these birds, the more conscientious we will be when we do things that could be harmful to the earth. I also think that supporting non-profits that are trying to make a change are a good idea, such as WWF.
© 2012 Angela Michelle Schultz
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Belaku t s on December 31, 2018:
I got more information about endangered specie it is suprb all the sentences was helpful and important thank you
Angela Michelle Schultz (author) from United States on November 21, 2018:
I get most on Wikimedia Commons. Many are free to use.
me on November 20, 2018:
how do you get those pictures
by rivera on November 13, 2018:
thank you for your weird nice comment
Gurumoorthy on October 08, 2018:
It's very nice to study and tank you for giving such a wonderful information.
Anuradha devi on September 06, 2018:
Endangered animals are very important all cycle s in environment
jazmine on September 06, 2018:
yohannan on August 04, 2018:
i like it thank you
Saptarshi on July 29, 2018:
We should not kill animals to satisfy our extra demands.I am really angry with my own race for their brutality.
Happy did on July 26, 2018:
Thank u for the opinion
happy on July 19, 2018:
Apshana thapa on July 13, 2018:
Thank U so much I like your picture hope children also like this.Endangered Animal I am using this information for other also
Lucky on July 06, 2018:
Tracy Presley on July 02, 2018:
These animals are indangered because of man kind killing taking away their food it's not right
Shifana ,Resmina on June 30, 2018:
We must support to the wildlife group
jeffy on June 25, 2018:
i love panthers
Gauri on June 23, 2018:
Very knowledgeable angela
Barbara Vaughan on April 06, 2018:
Don't give up
Rayne leathery on April 05, 2018:
You can save them so let's do it
omg on February 19, 2018:
i will help them
Cat saver on January 26, 2018:
I am curently fighting for all cats around the world but still people pouch them
Britta on January 24, 2018:
I will fight for them!
loveanimals on January 14, 2018:
I am using this information for my speech. This website is awesome.
Shobhit on January 12, 2018:
That's a good website
Julie Simms on January 11, 2018:
I am deeply concerned and hope to change the population of all endangered species. I am willing to help even if i have to fight for it.
Mairyn Hueramo on December 20, 2017:
We need to protect the endangered animals.
Pug Girl on November 28, 2017:
This is awesome...I'm glad it's kid friendly because I'm a kid! Anyway, I love this.
Abdullah on November 18, 2017:
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Dolan Twins #love on November 16, 2017:
I love this article its very infomational
eeva on November 16, 2017:
i love animals
nikhil makwana on October 25, 2017:
Yes,I realized that how important to save endangered species. I think it is our duty to save them,protect them for our future generation.
L on October 14, 2017:
We need to protect animals
Hannah on October 13, 2017:
I'm using this information for a project and it made realize even how important it is to save endangered species. So lets make a change and help save these beautiful creatures who need us.
dhananjana on October 10, 2017:
I think we must protect these endangered animals.If we don't protect them ;our future generations can't be see them.We think it is our duty to protect them.
rakshna on October 07, 2017:
if you do not know to conserve . please do not disturb them
lola on September 18, 2017:
lets help the animals guys
matias on September 11, 2017:
i need this information for a speech
Dhanawade on September 03, 2017:
Please love animals .we should help endangered animals. Save anials
ren on August 30, 2017:
i need this information for speech
Edde on August 07, 2017:
This info not just really helpful but true we do need help the animals from being extincted. The animals have food chain they eat one animal after another if the animal is extincted its stops the food chain and the animals will end up eating a different animal and they already have enough animals eating them it can cause the animal to be extincted.
Niyati Vora on August 05, 2017:
Thank you for your information. This will help me with my activity in school. Many people will be aware of the endangered animals around the world and will understand that killing animals is not good.
Kumaresh on July 04, 2017:
Thanks to the information i finish the activity and learn more about the animals and please save animals
Rishabh on June 22, 2017:
I love animals . I request all to save anmail not kill them
Swapnil routray on June 17, 2017:
Thanks so much I like information and animals also
michael hendadez on May 08, 2017:
love this website and the information
L on March 20, 2017:
This is so cool
Alexus Vincent on February 28, 2017:
I raelly love your tigers
jess on February 28, 2017:
Did u study animals
Alexus Vincent on February 24, 2017:
I love your tigers and snow lepords
Alexus Vincent on February 22, 2017:
Love your tigers.
rani on February 22, 2017:
cool information,helped me my 10 marks and my A+ grade.
IBRAHIM on February 10, 2017: