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Brown Spider Monkey
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Brown Spider Monkey Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The brown spider monkeys are critically endangered primates and in the world, they lie in one of the top 25 most endangered primates. Almost 3,000 of these primates are thought to be left in wild. One

Kouprey
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Kouprey Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Kouprey is a species of wild cattle and one of the world’s most endangered mammals. This “forest ox” is basically extinct although it is the national animal of Cambodia.  There is an estimated small population of less

Black-Winged Starling
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Black-Winged Starling Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Black-winged Starling is critically endangered with a rapid decline in the last 13 years with less than 50 mature birds remaining in the wild. Some of the last significant populations can be found in Baluran and

Indri
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Indri Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Indri Lemur species are listed as critically endangered and under severe threat in its natural environment and although actual population figures are unknown about 10 000 Indri are estimated to be left in Madagascar.   These numbers are however

Northern White-Cheeked Gibbon
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Northern White-Cheeked Gibbon Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Northern White-Cheeked Gibbon is listed as critically endangered and their survival looks dire.  The current population status of the Northern White-Cheeked Gibbon remains unknown, but it is believed that this species’ population has plummeted by

Northern River Shark
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Northern River Shark Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Northern River Shark, also known as the New Guinea River Shark is one of the rarest species of sharks in the world. Estimates suggest only about 250 adult Northern River Sharks exists, ensuring they will

Apache Trout
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Apache Trout Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Apache trout population has declined significantly in the early 1900’s.  The species was historically found in the headwaters of the Little Colorado, Salt, San Francisco, White and Black River systems in the White Mountains of eastern

Bleeding Toad
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Bleeding Toad Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population Around 250 mature individuals remain Size The species ranges from 20 to 40 millimetres in size with females being larger Weight Females weigh around 3.6 grams while males average around 1.55 grams Countries Indonesia Distribution Currently, the

Red-vented Cockatoo
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Red-vented Cockatoo Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Red-vented Cockatoo is considered to be one of the most endangered bird species in the Philippines.  The estimated population of the Red-vented Cockatoo in the 1990’s was between 1 000 – 4 000 birds.  By 2008

Woylie
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Woylie Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The Woylie population have sadly declined in the last 15 years from an estimated 200 000 animals to less than 15 000.  The Woylie are listed as critically endangered and their numbers are rapidly declining Size The Woylie

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