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Burmese Star Tortoise
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Burmese Star Tortoise Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population There are around 1,000 estimated to be in the wild Size The species grows to be around 25 to 35 centimetres in length Weight The weight of the species is around 250 to 500 grams Countries

Chinese Pangolin
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Chinese Pangolin Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The estimated population is around 50,000 Size Chinese Pangolin's grow anywhere between 65 to 95 centimetres in length, head to tail Weight The weight of the species ranges between 2 to 7 kilograms Countries China, India, Nepal,

Northern Bald Ibis
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Northern Bald Ibis Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population There are an estimated 510 wild individuals remaining Size The species grows to be around 70 to 80 centimetres Weight The weight of the species is around 1.0 to 1.3 kilograms Countries Morocco, Syria Distribution The

Russian Sturgeon
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Russian Sturgeon Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The remaining population count of the Russian Sturgeon is not accurately known, however, it is believed the population has declined by 90% over the past 45 years Size Russian Sturgeons can grow up to 2.35 metres long

Tristan Albatross
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Tristan Albatross Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The current population is estimated to be around 1500 breeding pairs, with a high estimation being around 4,000 birds remain Size The size of the species is around 103 centimetres in length with a wingspan of up

Hainan Black Crested Gibbon
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Hainan Black Crested Gibbon Critically Endangered WANT TO HELP? Population The current population is of 22 animals, one family of 11, another of 7 and 4 lone individuals Size The size of the species is around 49 centimetres in length Weight The weight of the

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

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