20 Animals From Around The World That Could Go Extinct In Our Lifetime
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The proboscis monkey is found on the island of Borneo.
The Bumblebee Bat is found in limestone caves in western Thailand and southern Burma
The Florida Panther is from Southern Florida and is the state’s official animal.
The Snub Nosed Monkey Is Found in Asia and is threatened by deforestation.
Olm from the caves of Central and Southeastern Europe
The tree Kangaroo is from the rainforests of New Guinea and Queensland.
The Saiga Antelope is found in the Eurasian steppe.
Hooded Seal from small areas of the North Atlantic
The Coconut Crab is the largest anthropoid in the world
There are less than 235 gharial crocodiles around today.
The Kakapo is Native to New zealand and critically endangered.
Dugong (1 of 4 sea cows) from the Pacific Ocean to the eastern coast of Africa. Hunting is threatening their extinction.
Found in Sri Lanka, The slender loris has been spotted only four times from 1937-2002, sparking fear that they went extinct.
Gooty Spider is only found in one Indian forest about 60 miles squared in size.
The Markhor Goat is the national animal of Pakistan and is threatened with extinction by hunting.
Pallas's Cat are from the grasslands and steppes of Central Asia and are threatened by habitat degradation.
The Long-Beaked Echidna is 1 of 2 mammals that lay eggs.
The Axolotl is found in central American lakes, one of them being Lake Xochimilco in Mexico City.