10 Rarest & Critically Endangered Animals on Earth

10 Rarest & Critically Endangered Animals on Earth
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10. Malayan Tiger
9. Saola
8. Cross River Gorilla
7. Black Rhino
6. Amur Leopard
5. Sumatran Elephant
4. Hawksbill Sea Turtle
3. Yangtze Finless Porpoise
2. Vaquita
1. Mountain Gorilla

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Top 10 Supposedly Extinct Animals Caught On Camera

Some creatures might be considered as endangered or extinct animals, but the reality is that some have been caught on camera. Here, you will be amazed at our top 10 most amazing seemingly endangered or extinct animals and species caught on camera.
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Featuring the rare extinct animals of… Dryococelus – For upwards of 80 years, this oversized stick insect avoided human eyes. Commonly known as the Lord Howe Island stick insect, it was previously assumed to having been last spotted in 1920, but in 1960, it was deemed extinct.
Coelacanth – This incredible dino-fish was originally thought to have vanished with its prehistoric brethren some 65 million years ago, but it made a miraculous recovery in 1938 when a South African museum curator stumbled upon the fish while trawling off the east coast of his home country. La Palma Giant Lizard – Within the past 500 years, it was believed the oversized lacertid of the island of La Palma had gone extinct, all signs of its species vanishing entirely for nearly half a century. Tasmanian Tiger – The striped Tasmanian tiger was declared extinct in 1986 after a survey of the continent failed to make any confirmed discoveries, but there are those that still believe the Australian marsupial, which was allegedly hunted into extinction, still exists. Honshu Wolf – During an 18th century epidemic of rabies, a large population of this Japanese wolf was killed off. By 1905, the last specimen was reportedly sighted at Higashi-Yoshino village. Javan Tiger – In 1994, the Indonesian tiger subspecies the Javan Tiger was deemed extinct, the last recorded sighting occurring as far back as 1976; but as you’ve probably gathered from this video so far of great beasts, what is deemed extinct not always is. Bathochordaeus Charon – This is a type of mysterious ocean blob that had not been seen in over a century. It was discovered by scientists last year, in 2016, and shed light on an unusual animal that, after centuries of searching, many feared extinct, if it had even existed in the first place. Wooly Flying Squirrel – The giant woolly flying squirrel resides in the Pakistani Kashmir and is one of the rarest and most endangered squirrels in the world. It had not been seen by westerners since 1924, and was believed to be extinct before it was rediscovered in the summer of 1994 by an American zoologist working in a remote valley of Kashmir in the far north of Pakistan. Baiji – Once located on China’s Yangtze River, the Baiji dolphin was an abundant species that is believed to have dwindled due to the Three Gorges Dam construction and the traffic that developed because of it. In 2006, the species was declared extinct with one of the last of the species dying in captivity in 2002. Omuras Whale – This is widely considered the rarest whale in the world. Its such a unique species in fact that for decades those who encountered it simply thought it was a strange kind of miniature Blue Whale instead, measuring 40-foot or 12 meters long.
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10 Most Useless Supervillain Powers

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Emu War – OverSimplified (Mini-Wars #4)

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How Different Animals See The World

Humans see the world differently to most animals. Let’s find out exactly how the animals of earth view the world!
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How dogs see the world – We humans have three different kinds of color detecting cells in our eyes, called cones, whereas dogs only have two. Geckos – Human cone cells need pretty bright light in order to function well, which is why we can’t see colors that well when it’s dark. Giant Clams – Giant Clams, it turns out, not only have eyes, but have a few hundred eyes about the size of pinholes all along the edge of their bodies. Jumping Spiders – Mantis shrimp – You’ve probably heard of the Mantis shrimp because of their famous aquarium glass shattering punching capability. Bees – If you’ve seen the Bee Movie, you already know that bees are important. Cats – Flies – Flies can see limited colors, but they have a very broad field of vision, and see in a sort of mosaic effect. Snakes – Some animals, like snakes, don’t see color at all. Cows – Cows seem like pretty boring animals, so you’d expect them to pretty much see the way we do. Birds – Vision is particularly important for birds, since you don’t want to hit something while you’re fifty feet in the air. Horses

How Frogs see the world. Frogs are near-sighted, therefore they can’t see at distances that well. Chameleons – Like birds, chameleons can see all the colors we do, plus ultraviolet light, which we can’t see. Starfish – For a long time, scientists wondered if starfish could even see at all. It was known that they have one eye on the end of each arm, but it wasn’t clear if they could actually see images out of them or not. Recently, however, scientists have discovered that starfish can indeed see very basic images – about two hundred pixels. I guess some vision is better than no vision. What would a starfish need super jacked up eyes for anyway? Cuttlefish – The adorably named cuttlefish has blurrier vision than we do, and are completely colorblind. Butterflies – Butterflies see with red, green, blue, UV, and the wideband light from red to purple. Garden Snails – A snail’s eyes are located at the the tip of their two smallest tentacles. Rabbits – Turtles – While it is commonly believed that turtles are colorblind, in reality, they are better at seeing color than we are.

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Pets You Should NEVER Release In The Wild!

Check out these pets you should never release in the wild! From goldfish to other wild animals, these exotic pets become an invasive species and get the wildlife into trouble!

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10. Green Iguanas
Iguanas are a popular pet for collectors of exotic animals because of how cute they look and supposedly they are easy to take care of. Unfortunately the idea that they are simple to look after was likely spread by those who sell them, because they actually need a strict environment and diet to survive. They can also be difficult to tame and handle, especially when they are fully grown, and this has led to a large number being released into the wild.
They are naturally from central and south America, and thrive in warm environments. This has meant that those released in similar climates, such as those found in parts of California, Florida and Hawaii, have thrived and begun to breed. This has been detrimental to the local ecosystems where they compete with native species for food, and will prey on species that haven’t adapted to deal with these kind of threats. As a result, Iguanas are illegal to own in Hawaii because of the potential devastation and havoc they can cause on the islands. In Florida, the populations of feral iguanas have caused extensive damage to vegetation and local wildlife, so if you do decide to get one please be a responsible owner and don’t release them into the wild!.
9. Cuban Tree Frog
These cute frogs are a favorite of exotic species collectors, but the Cuban Tree Frog is causing serious issues across Florida. They are quite difficult to identify among other frog species, something that is made even more difficult by the way that they can change color. They are originally native to Cuba, the Bahamas, and the Cayman Islands, and are thought to have been first introduced to Florida in the 1920’s. It’s the recent popularity of keeping them as pets, though, that has led to an explosion in their numbers in the wild as a result of collectors releasing them.
Cuban Tree Frogs are an aggressive species that feed on at least five different species of native Floridian frogs, as well lizards, small snakes and tadpoles. They are also able to survive in urban areas, and will take over birdhouses, ponds and birdbaths where they lay their eggs. They have been responsible for massive changes in the ecosystem, and have even been known to affect humans by causing power outages?? They are a danger to environments where they aren’t native, and so must not be released under any circumstances.
8. Rabbits
Rabbits are another incredibly popular pet for owners around the world, but when they are released into non-native environments they can cause serious damage. The best example of this is in Australia where they were released for hunting in 1859. Only 24 were set free, but by 1920 there were an estimated 10 billion across the country. There have been numerous attempts to curb the population growth, but with their speed of breeding, ability to feed on most vegetation, and overall resilience, rabbits still roam Australia in huge numbers and pose a threat to many of the natural species like the bilby and burrowing bettong by taking over their burrows.
7. Goldfish/Carp
They may seem harmless enough, and are a popular pet for adults and children alike around the world, but releasing your pet fish into the wild can have disastrous consequences for your local environment. Nowhere has this effect been seen more clearly than in Australia where the problem has gotten out of hand. Notorious for their strict rules on bio-containment, it’s why Johnny Depp and Amber Heard got in trouble for allegedly sneaking in their dogs. The Australians have good reason for being that way.
In 2016 researchers from the Murdoch University in Perth caught goldfish that weighed up to 2kg and were up to 30 centimeters long. These large animals are thought to have descended from a small variety that were being kept as pets and released into the wild a few years before. By feeding on more food and disrupting the ecosystems, these fish can spread and cause significant damage by off all the native species. Goldfish the size of dinner plates have also been found in Alberta, Canada, and have led to fines of $100,000 dollars to those that release non-native species into the wild.
Angler Raphael Biagini captured a legendary “giant goldfish” out of a lake in the south of France. Fellow fishermen had spent 6 years trying to capture this orange koi carp weighing 30lbs. The only way this fish ended up in the lake, was because someone was trying to get rid of it.

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