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January 10 2014 at 20:54

WWF Endangered Species

From elephants to polar bears, WWF fights to secure a future for animals on the planet we all share. WWF helped bring back the Amur tiger and Africa’s black rhinos from the edge of extinction. We are giving isolated, dwindling populations of black footed ferrets and river dolphins a second chance.

Some Endangered Species
Amur Leopard - Panthera pardus orientalis - Critically Endangered
Black Rhino - Diceros bicornis - Critically Endangered
Cross River Gorilla - Gorilla gorilla diehli - Critically Endangered
Hawksbill Turtle - Eretmochelys imbricata - Critically Endangered
Javan Rhino - Rhinoceros sondaicus - Critically Endangered
Leatherback Turtle - Dermochelys coriacea - Critically Endangered
Mountain Gorilla - Gorilla beringei beringei - Critically Endangered
Saola Pseudoryx - nghetinhensis - Critically Endangered
South China Tiger - Panthera tigris amoyensis - Critically Endangered
Sumatran Elephant - Elephas maximus sumatranus - Critically Endangered
Sumatran Orangutan - Pongo abelii - Critically Endangered

WWF continues to keep habitats and landscapes thriving. We envision, create, test and deliver solutions for a crowded planet. We work with partners at all levels, from community leaders to governments and multinational bodies. But our work is far from done, and WWF constantly strives to protect the species we all care about.

Complete list of all 98 endangered species from World Wildlife Fund.

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