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Sumatran Elephant
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Sumatran Elephant Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The current population estimate is between 2,400 to 2,800 wild animals Size The current population estimate is between 2,400 to 2,800 wild animals Weight The current population estimate is between 2,400 to 2,800 wild animals Countries Indonesia

Southern Caucasian Viper
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Southern Caucasian Viper Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population Around 400 to 500 individuals are estimated to remain Size The length of species ranges from 25 to 43 centimetres with females growing larger  Weight Not enough data exists to provide an accurate weight  Countries Armenia, Turkey and Georgia 

Swift Parrot
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Swift Parrot Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population It is believed that there are less than 2000 individuals left in the wild Size The Swift Parrot grows to be around 25 centimetres long Weight The species weighs around 65 grams Countries Australia Distribution The Swift Parrot is

Riverine Rabbit
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Riverine Rabbit Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The current wild population is estimated to be around 500 individuals with a further 1,000 in captivity Size 34 to 48 centimetres with a 7 to 11 centimetre long tail Weight The species weighs between 1.5 to 1.8 kilograms Countries South Africa Distribution

Orange Bellied Parrot
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Orange Bellied Parrot Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The wild population was known to be 14 individuals as of the start of 2017. There is a captive breeding population of around 200 Size 20 centimetres long Weight The species on average weighs around 46 grams Countries Australia Distribution

Mountain Pygmy Possum
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Mountain Pygmy Possum Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population Less than 2000 individuals remain Size The species measures around 11 centimetres in size for head and body with a tail around its body size Weight The species weighs around 45 grams Countries Australia Distribution The Mountain pygymy possum is found in

Mountain Bongo
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Mountain Bongo Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The current wild population of the Mountain Bongo is considered to below 100 individuals Size 1.1 to 1.3 metres in height and 2.15 to 3.15 metres in length Weight 150 to 405 kilograms Countries Kenya Distribution The Mountain Bongo is only

Javan Slow Ioris
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Javan Slow Ioris Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population There is little known about the species current population. No estimates are known, but the population is severe decline Size There is little known about the species current population. No estimates are known, but the population is severe decline Weight

Golden Mantella Frog
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Golden Mantella Frog Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The current population of the Golden Mantella is not numerically defined, however it is very abundant in its localised area, but the species has very small ranges of distribution Size The species is 20 to 26 millimetres in size Weight

Dryas Monkey
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Dryas Monkey Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population It is estimated the fewer than 200 individuals remain in the wild Size Body size varies between 40 to 55 centimetres, while having a tail which ranges from 50 to 75 centimetres Weight Weighs between 4 to 7 kilograms Countries Democratic

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