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African Wild Donkey
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African Wild Ass Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population It is estimated that around 570 individuals remain in the wild Size The species grows to 2 metres long and between 1.25 and 1.45 metres tall Weight Individuals weigh between 230 and 275 kilograms Countries Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia Distribution The African

Mountain Chicken
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Mountain Chicken Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The estimated population is around 8,000 individuals, which has seen a 81% population decrease over the last 10 years  Size The species grows up to 22 centimetres long Weight The species can weigh up to 900 grams Countries Dominica and Montserrat Distribution Once

Corroboree Frog
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Corroboree Frog Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population It is estimated that fewer than 50 Corroboree Frogs remain Size A body size of between 2.5 to 3.0 centimetres long Weight This species weights between 2 and 3 grams Countries Australia Distribution The Corroboree Frog is only found in sub-alpine

Western Lowland Gorilla
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Western Lowland Gorilla Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population Above 20,000 Size 1.5 - 1.8 metres tall Weight 140 – 270 kilograms Countries Republic of Congo, Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon Distribution The estimated population for the Western Lowland Gorilla

Vaquita
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Vaquita Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population Less than 30 are estimated to be left Size 1.3 - 1.4 metres long Weight Up to 55 kilograms Countries Mexico  Distribution The population of the Vaquita is estimated to be around 30 individuals. It could actually even be lower

Sumatran Tiger
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Sumatran Tiger Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population Fewer than 400 are estimated to remain Size 2.1 - 2.5 metres long Weight 75 – 140kg Countries Indonesia Distribution The current wild population of the Sumatran Tiger is currently estimated below 400 individuals. There is a captive population of

Sumatran Rhinoceros
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Sumatran Rhinoceros Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population There are fewer than 100 estimated animals left in the wild, although this is considered high Size 1.2 - 1.45 metres high, up to 2.5 metres long Weight 500 – 800 kilograms  Countries Indonesia Distribution The current wild population of the

Sumatran Orangutan
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Sumatran Orangutan Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population 14,500 are estimated to remain Size 0.9 - 1.4 metres tall Weight 45 – 90 kilograms  Countries Indonesia Distribution The Sumatran Orangutan has recently experienced a population increase, which is fantastic news. The most recent population surveyed provided an estimate of

Saola
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Saola Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population Under 250 are estimated to remain Size Up to 85 centimetres tall, and 1.5 metres long  Weight 80– 100kg Countries Vietnam, Laos Distribution The Saola is one of the rarest animals on the planet. It is rarely seen and estimated to be under

Northern Sportive Lemur
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Northern Sportive Lemur Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population It is estimated that only around 50 remain Size 53 centimetres tall, 25 – 28 centimetres long - tail 25 centimetres  Weight 700 – 800 grams Countries Madagascar Distribution The remaining population of Northern Sportive Lemurs is estimated to be around 50

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