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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=52718318]Archive[/url] 101-200: [url=http://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon=52697971]Archive[/url] 201-300 [url=https://flightrising.com/main.php?dragon= 52594213]Archive[/url] 301. Resplendent shrubfrog 302. Bokiboky 303. Night parrot 304. Cardón de Jandía 305. Tequila splitfin 306. Cuban crocodile 307. Borran ferret-badger 308. Vicente’s poison frog 309. Calmian deer 310. Honduran emerald 311. Toyama’s ground gecko 312. Diademed sifaka 313. Groovy stone grasshopper 314. New Zealand sea lion 315. Liben lark 316. Golden lancehead 317. Mongoose lemur 318. Conant’s salamander 319. Maleo 320. Walia ibex 321. Four-eyed turtle 322. Sandy mole-rat 323. Sumatran ground cuckoo 325. Roseline shark 325. O’ahu tree snail 325. Arabian tahr 326. Black and chestnut eagle 327. Micro frog 328. Livingstone’s fruit bat 329. Gurney’s pitta 330. Rameshwaram ornamental 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
101-200: Archive
201-300 Archive
301. Resplendent shrubfrog
302. Bokiboky
303. Night parrot
304. Cardón de Jandía
305. Tequila splitfin
306. Cuban crocodile
307. Borran ferret-badger
308. Vicente’s poison frog
309. Calmian deer
310. Honduran emerald
311. Toyama’s ground gecko
312. Diademed sifaka
313. Groovy stone grasshopper
314. New Zealand sea lion
315. Liben lark
316. Golden lancehead
317. Mongoose lemur
318. Conant’s salamander
319. Maleo
320. Walia ibex
321. Four-eyed turtle
322. Sandy mole-rat
323. Sumatran ground cuckoo
325. Roseline shark
325. O’ahu tree snail
325. Arabian tahr
326. Black and chestnut eagle
327. Micro frog
328. Livingstone’s fruit bat
329. Gurney’s pitta
330. Rameshwaram ornamental

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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