25 Endangered Animals Our Next Generation Might Not See

Although there might be up to 30 million different animal species in the world, which may seem like a lot, scientists estimate that 99.9% of all species that have ever existed on Earth are now extinct. Extinction is a natural process; a typical species used to become extinct within 10 million years of its first appearance, although some species survive with virtually no morphological change for hundreds of millions of years. However, these days, when the planet is bursting at the seams with over 7 billion humans, the species loss is occurring at a rate 1,000 times greater than the natural background rate. Ruthless human expansion, hunting, and the destruction of natural habitats, climate changes, pollution and other factors have caused an incredible number of animals to become extinct. Some scientists estimate that up to half of presently existing plant and animal species may become extinct by 2100. Alarming to say the least. To give you an idea of what kind of animals could possibly die off soon, here are 25 endangered animals our next generation might not see.

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A preview of what awaits:

Madagascar pochard
Mississippi gopher frog
Giant pangasius
Siamese crocodile
Franklin’s bumblebee
Northern bald ibis
Amur leopard
Cuban greater funnel-eared bat
Mountain gorilla
Chinese bahaba
Hula painted frog
Metallic tarantula
Greater bamboo lemur
Javan rhinoceros
Angel shark
Chinese crested tern
Common sawfish
Silky sifaka
Singapore stream crab
Japanese huchen
Mexican wolf
Great Indian bustard
Yangtze giant softshell turtle

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19 thoughts on “25 Endangered Animals Our Next Generation Might Not See”

  1. INCREASING FORESTS (by planting more trees of flowers n fruits, everywhere, road sides,colonies,balcony,terrace,steps,etc) N WATER PONDS, will help in increasing n saving beautiful nature n its creatures. From insects to elephant, all live,eat,drink,make homes,etc in trees. Trees r also AIR FILTERS, attracts rainfall,etc.

  2. What is it called again? The dot dot small specie that when yountouch it youll have a dot dot dot on your hands? The deadliest one?

  3. PETA should be allocating their resources in helping endangered species like these survive the threat of extinction in other parts of the world. Doesen't that sound more urgent than an overpopulation of chickens?

  4. we all need to do our parts to help the environment, including educating others on harmful effects of pollution. there's 8 million tons of plastic dumped into the ocean each year, most of which could be recycled! it's imperitive buy products in post consumer recycled plastics and/or for more people to make and use biodegradable/comparable materials (including plastics)


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