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The South China Tiger

The South China Tiger has not been seen in the wild for more than 25 years. In the 1950s, the species population stood at 4,000 but now, there are as little as 30 left in the world. The South China Tiger has been deemed ‘functionally extinct’.

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The South China Tiger

The African Elephant

The African Elephant is the largest species to walk the Earth. Despite a ban on the international trade in ivory, African Elephants are still being poached in large numbers.

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The Africain Elephant

The Javan Rhino

The last Javan rhino living in Vietnam was poached in 2010, and it is likely that the population will be extinct by 2030 if poachers continue to hunt them. In Indonesia, there are only 60-63 Javan rhinos living in Java’s Ujung Kulon National Park.

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The Javan Rhino

The
Vaquitas

Only 60 vaquitas remain in the Gulf of California. This small and critically endangered mammal will be driven to extinction within seven years due to over fishing.

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The Vaquitas

The 
Tiger

The entire tiger species could be extinct in the wild in just under a decade. Their habitat is being destroyed by forest cutting and construction, and their skin is a valuable trophy for poachers.

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The Tigre

The
Orangutans

Orangutans are one of the world's largest mammals. But, their environment is under huge threat from logging and deforestation as only 7,300 remain in the wild.

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The Orangutan

The 
Rhino

One rhino is poached every 8 hours and this critically endangered species is at risk of being totally extinct by 2026 despite conservation efforts.

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The Rhino