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Northern Muriqui - Endangered Animal - Critical

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Exceptionally Gripping Facts About the South China Tiger

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Polar bears by Laura Keene

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Dryas Monkey (Cercopithecus dryas)

Dryas Monkey (Cercopithecus dryas)

Cheetah. The Cheetah is classified as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature list & threatened on the U.S. Endangered Species Act. The Asiatic subspecies is critical. (Big Cats)

Cheetah. The Cheetah is classified as vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature list & threatened on the U.S. Endangered Species Act. The Asiatic subspecies is critical. (Big Cats)

Lappet Faced Vulture  The lappet faced vulture has a pinkish red colored head. Although it is a vulture, it does occasionally attack insects and small birds. It can be found in Sub-Sahara Africa, the Middle East, and Southern Arabia.

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Lappet Faced Vulture The lappet faced vulture has a pinkish red colored head. Although it is a vulture, it does occasionally attack insects and small birds. It can be found in Sub-Sahara Africa, the Middle East, and Southern Arabia.

The Riverine Rabbit, found in South Africa, is a true rabbit; its elongated body is an adaptation to its desert habitat. Unlike other rabbits it only produces one offspring at a time and is critically endangered with approximately 250 adults left.  The genus name is Bunolagus. (Think about it.)

The Riverine Rabbit, found in South Africa, is a true rabbit; its elongated body is an adaptation to its desert habitat. Unlike other rabbits it only produces one offspring at a time and is critically endangered with approximately 250 adults left. The genus name is Bunolagus. (Think about it.)

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