Due to habitat degradation and hunting, Javan rhinos are at risk. There are just 75 individuals left on the island who are at risk of sickness, poaching, and inbreeding.
The rarest large cats, has only about 100 wild individuals surviving. Despite the fact that their territory is protected, habitat loss and division constitute a threat.
There are just about 600 tigers left in the wild on the Indonesian island. Threatened by habitat degradation, human-tiger conflict, and poaching.
Only 1,000 mountain gorillas remain in the wild. Despite risks including habitat loss and human encroachment, recovery is being aided.
Only 800 Tapanuli orangutans remain in the wild, making them a severely endangered species. A major threat is the loss of habitat.
Due to poaching, black rhinos were almost pushed to extinction. Poaching continues to be their largest concern, and 95% of them are found in just four nations.
Due to poaching, habitat destruction, and human-elephant conflict, the number of African forest elephants has decreased by 86% in the past 31 years.
Due to unintentional capture, habitat destruction, and illegal trading, the population of hawksbill turtles has decreased by 80%, making them critically endangered.
The cutest endangered species, the panda, has benefited from habitat preservation but their population is still vulnerable because of illness and a lack of food.
For their waterproof fur, sea otters were killed, almost eradicating the species. Their populations have recovered, but they are still at major risk.