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[center][img]https://images2.imgbox.com/09/43/OYNOGSDM_o.png[/img][/center] Here’s a thread for anyone interested in learning a little more about Earth’s endangered wildlife every day! Each day will include a new endangered species, with some information about the species and why it is endangered. Feel free to ask to be on a pinglist to be alerted for all future posts. No need to ping, [b]I am subscribed[/b]! [b]Species List[/b] 1-100: [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=34870206]Archive[/url] 101. Rusty-patched bumblebee 102. Santa Catarina’s guinea pig 103. Addax 104. Proboscis monkey 105. Waterwheel 106. Yellow-breasted bunting 107. Blue whale 108. Cowan’s mantella 109. Malabar large-spotted civet 110. Purple marsh crab 111. Utah prairie dog 112. Laysan duck 113. Riverine rabbit 114. Asian elephant 115. Blaasop beauty 116. Drill 117. Leaf-scaled sea snake 118. South Andean deer 119. Salt marsh harvest mouse 120. Kloof frog 121. Gobi bear 122. Christmas frigatebird 123. Amami rabbit 124. White’s seahorse 125. Okapi 126. Café marron 127. Dingiso 128. Largetooth sawfish 129. Knotty sand grasshopper 130. Eld’s deer 131. African penguin 132. Bay cat 133. Philippine forest turtle 134. Sumatran rhinoceros 135. Ring-tailed lemur 136. Peters’ bright snake 137. Helmeted hornbill 138. Black-footed ferret 139. Staghorn coral 140. Bleeding toad 141. West Caucasian tur 142. Razorback sucker 143. Aye-aye 144. Marbled gecko 145. Campaign seal 146. Pico de El Sauzal 147. European mink 148. Chinese giant salamander 149. Whooping crane 150. Malagasy giant jumping rat 151. Holokea 152. Sumatran tiger 153. Viti barrer treeskink 154. Visayan hornbill 155. Eastern gorilla 155. King rat 156. Red-crowned roofed turtle 157. Marbled murrelet 158. Houston toad 159. Russian desman 160. Indian dhole 161. Nassau grouper 162. Coquerel’s sifaka 163. Gharial 164. Imperial amazon 165. Nepenthes aristolochioides 166. North Atlantic right whale 167. Goldstreifiger 168. Antiguan racer 169. Numbat 170. Fiji banded iguana 171. Gray-crowned crane 172. Balkan lynx 173. Taita African caecilian 174. Lion-tailed macaque 175. Honey blue-eye 176. Wild Bactrian camel 177. Misty moss frog 178. Giant otter 179. Mindoro bleeding-heart 180. Tarzan’s chameleon 181. São Tomé shrew 182. California condor 183. Tapanuli orangutan 184. Spider tortoise 185. Saimaa ringed seal 186. Golden-flecked glassfrog 187. African wild donkey 188. Korean fir 189. Central Turkish mountain viper 190. Eastern mountain coati 191. Red-fronted macaw 192. Western leopard toad 193. Cotton-top tamarin 194. Crotch bumblebee 195. Atlantic halibut 196. Hoffmann’s pika 197. Mountain reedbuck 198. Stout iguana You’re welcome to suggest species to do! If you’re interested in similar threads, please check out Xionahri’s [url=http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/gend/2635274/1]Invertebrae thread[/url], where you can post and discuss photos of invertebrae. To start off: the Bengal tiger! [img]https://c402277.ssl.cf1.rackcdn.com/photos/1620/images/carousel_small/bengal-tiger-why-matter_7341043.jpg?1345548942.png[/img] The Bengal tiger ([i]Panthera tigris tigris[/i]) is a population of tigers native to India. The IUCN classifies these big cats as endangered, numbering around 2,500 individuals in the wild. They are threatened by poaching and habitat loss due to human activities. Bengal tigers are the national animal of India and Bangladesh. Unlike most big cats, tigers enjoy water!
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Here’s a thread for anyone interested in learning a little more about Earth’s endangered wildlife every day! Each day will include a new endangered species, with some information about the species and why it is endangered.

Feel free to ask to be on a pinglist to be alerted for all future posts. No need to ping, I am subscribed!

Species List
1-100: Archive
101. Rusty-patched bumblebee
102. Santa Catarina’s guinea pig
103. Addax
104. Proboscis monkey
105. Waterwheel
106. Yellow-breasted bunting
107. Blue whale
108. Cowan’s mantella
109. Malabar large-spotted civet
110. Purple marsh crab
111. Utah prairie dog
112. Laysan duck
113. Riverine rabbit
114. Asian elephant
115. Blaasop beauty
116. Drill
117. Leaf-scaled sea snake
118. South Andean deer
119. Salt marsh harvest mouse
120. Kloof frog
121. Gobi bear
122. Christmas frigatebird
123. Amami rabbit
124. White’s seahorse
125. Okapi
126. Café marron
127. Dingiso
128. Largetooth sawfish
129. Knotty sand grasshopper
130. Eld’s deer
131. African penguin
132. Bay cat
133. Philippine forest turtle
134. Sumatran rhinoceros
135. Ring-tailed lemur
136. Peters’ bright snake
137. Helmeted hornbill
138. Black-footed ferret
139. Staghorn coral
140. Bleeding toad
141. West Caucasian tur
142. Razorback sucker
143. Aye-aye
144. Marbled gecko
145. Campaign seal
146. Pico de El Sauzal
147. European mink
148. Chinese giant salamander
149. Whooping crane
150. Malagasy giant jumping rat
151. Holokea
152. Sumatran tiger
153. Viti barrer treeskink
154. Visayan hornbill
155. Eastern gorilla
155. King rat
156. Red-crowned roofed turtle
157. Marbled murrelet
158. Houston toad
159. Russian desman
160. Indian dhole
161. Nassau grouper
162. Coquerel’s sifaka
163. Gharial
164. Imperial amazon
165. Nepenthes aristolochioides
166. North Atlantic right whale
167. Goldstreifiger
168. Antiguan racer
169. Numbat
170. Fiji banded iguana
171. Gray-crowned crane
172. Balkan lynx
173. Taita African caecilian
174. Lion-tailed macaque
175. Honey blue-eye
176. Wild Bactrian camel
177. Misty moss frog
178. Giant otter
179. Mindoro bleeding-heart
180. Tarzan’s chameleon
181. São Tomé shrew
182. California condor
183. Tapanuli orangutan
184. Spider tortoise
185. Saimaa ringed seal
186. Golden-flecked glassfrog
187. African wild donkey
188. Korean fir
189. Central Turkish mountain viper
190. Eastern mountain coati
191. Red-fronted macaw
192. Western leopard toad
193. Cotton-top tamarin
194. Crotch bumblebee
195. Atlantic halibut
196. Hoffmann’s pika
197. Mountain reedbuck
198. Stout iguana

You’re welcome to suggest species to do! If you’re interested in similar threads, please check out Xionahri’s Invertebrae thread, where you can post and discuss photos of invertebrae.

To start off: the Bengal tiger!
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The Bengal tiger (Panthera tigris tigris) is a population of tigers native to India. The IUCN classifies these big cats as endangered, numbering around 2,500 individuals in the wild. They are threatened by poaching and habitat loss due to human activities. Bengal tigers are the national animal of India and Bangladesh. Unlike most big cats, tigers enjoy water!
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@LizardKing @DracoMalfoyy @Tealwing @MightyTharos Thanks for joining! :) Today’s species: the vaquita! [img]http://www.pegasusfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Vaquita.jpg[/img] The vaquita ([i]Phocoena sinus[/i]) is the most endangered cetacean alive today, classified as critically endangered with only about 12-15 individuals left. They are endemic to the Gulf of California and threatened by bycatch, accidentally being caught in fishermen’s nets. They usually live alone or in groups of two or three. Despite bans on the nets that often trap them (gillnets), the population of these little porpoises dwindles due to continued fishing accidents and the unfortunate deaths of vaquitas attempted to capture for captive breeding.
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Today’s species: the vaquita!
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The vaquita (Phocoena sinus) is the most endangered cetacean alive today, classified as critically endangered with only about 12-15 individuals left. They are endemic to the Gulf of California and threatened by bycatch, accidentally being caught in fishermen’s nets. They usually live alone or in groups of two or three. Despite bans on the nets that often trap them (gillnets), the population of these little porpoises dwindles due to continued fishing accidents and the unfortunate deaths of vaquitas attempted to capture for captive breeding.
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