Do you ever imagine the extinction of our enormous and vast variety of natural inhabitants? The bitter reality is that some species worldwide are getting on a list of endangered species. In contrast, the word endangered is coiled with something at extreme risk. In contrast, endangered species are known as any species in its serious extinction and even might vanish from the planet. We all watch Discovery Channel and even read about your geography books about Dinosaurs, one of the naturally extinct species over 65 million ago. The jeopardized extreme climate change probably be the reason behind the extinction of giant species like Dinosaurs. And there are many more species that are extinct or at the risk of extinction. Meanwhile, the prominent cause of extinction of some species would be naturally eradication or artificially designed loss of Inhabitat along with loss of genetic variation. At the same time, we will encounter the top 5 endangered species here.
5. Sumatran Rhino
We don’t even think that some of our development assignments become the reason for the extinction of some species. At the same time, Sumatran Rhinos are small miniatures of rhinoceros. At the same time, Sumatran Rhinos are the smallest and are found in Asia only. Apart from this, these rhinos are famous for two horns. Interestingly, this rhino is alleviating at a rate of 35% yearly. Sumatran Rhinos are found in mountain regions such as Eastern Himalayas in Bhutan, Thailand, China, Myanmar, and probably in the Malay Peninsula. Presently, this small animal is on a list of endangered species alongside there are only two female rhinos for reproduction from the past 15 years.
4. African Forest Elephant
The constant decline rate of the African Forest Elephant is why this species is now at its extinction from the planet. The dense and humid climate of the forest in West Africa and the Congo Basin would be the species’ home. Apart from this, the declining rate of these animals lies at 47% in a decade. Whereas African elephants play an inevitable role in the ecosystem. With the decreasing rate of species, we must put a strict ban on poaching and tusk trafficking.
3. Cross River Gorilla
This gorilla lies on the list of endangered species. Whereas it is found in the foothills of the Nigeria border. Most surprisingly, we witness a massive decline of 51% of this species every decade. Apart from this, the prominent reason behind the decreasing rate would be poaching, loss of inhabitants, and loss of genetic diversity.
The Vaquita is one of the small porpoises also known as a small mammal group of the sea. It is probably found in the northern Gulf of California, Mexico. One of the uniqueness of these mammals has a smile similar to humans. Whereas the declining rate of these species goes to 76% each decade. Apart from this, it is predicted that these spices might vanish by 2050.
Saola is another on the list of endangered species, also known as the Asian Unicorn. It is one of the rarest and largest precious mammal species in the woodland of Vietnam and Laos. Like Vaquita, it is predicted to go extinct by 2050.
The earth is a common planet for all living organisms worldwide. In contrast, it’s our obligatory duty to provide a similar environment to any species and save them for the ecosystem and future generations.