The World’s Endangered Animals
There are a lot of wonders in the world and among them are wildlife species, such as bears, mountain goats, wolves, elk, and deer. Most people think that there is an abundance of wildlife species in the world, but the truth is, their numbers are dwindling and if nothing is done about it, these species might become endangered and extinct. Read more in this blog!
Sea turtles have inhabited the world’s oceans for more than 100 million years but are now an endangered species. There are seven different species that survive today, and they are found in all of the major oceans apart from the polar ones...
The Loss of Bluefin Tuna
FROM THE WORLDS OCEANS
The bluefin tuna are the largest tuna and can live up to 40 years old. They are able to travel across oceans and can dive to as low as 4000 feet. They grow to as long as 10 feet and weigh as heavy as 1500 pounds.
The Numbers of Tigers
IN THE WORLD TODAY
In 2016 the world wildlife fund estimated that there were 3890 tigers surviving in the wild. This figure had seen a rise in the numbers from 3200 that were released in 2010, that had followed a century of declining tiger numbers.
History of Animals
THAT HAVE BECOME EXTINCT
Animals that are endangered species are those that are likely to become extinct. In 2012 the International Union for Conservation of Nature estimated that there were 3079 endangered animals.
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