Native to Brazil, critically endangered due to habitat loss and illegal trapping. Conservation efforts include habitat protection and reintroduction programs.
One of the rarest rhino species, critically endangered with only a few individuals remaining in Indonesia. Threats include habitat loss and poaching; conservation focuses on protection and habitat restoration.
Native to New Zealand, known for nocturnal behavior, critically endangered with a small population. Conservation involves intensive management, predator control, and breeding programs.
Smallest cetacean, found in the Gulf of California, facing imminent extinction due to bycatch in illegal gillnets. Conservation efforts include bans on gillnets and habitat protection.
Endangered due to habitat loss from logging and palm oil plantations, as well as poaching. Conservation includes protected areas and sustainable practices.
Critically endangered, primarily due to habitat destruction and hunting. Conservation focuses on protected areas and community engagement.
Nearly extinct, with only two females remaining; threats include poaching for their horns. Conservation efforts involve assisted reproductive technologies.
Threatened due to habitat loss, hunting, and trade of their shells. Conservation efforts include protected areas and reducing illegal trade.
Critically endangered, primarily due to lead poisoning and habitat destruction. Conservation involves captive breeding and release programs.