There are many categories of varying degrees of endangerment, and hundreds of species that fall into one of those categories. I would consider species who are in the “extinct in the wild” category the ones most in danger of becoming extinct. These include the Seychelles giant tortoise, the Abingdon Island tortoise, the red-tailed black shark, the Barbary Lion, the Wyoming toad, the Hawaiian crow, the Socorro dove, the Guam rail, the black soft-shell turtle, the butterfily goodeid, and the Northern white rhinoceros, among MANY others.
Some endangered species include: tigers, Asian Elephants, Fin Whale, Asiatic Cheetah, and the Snow Leopard. All species hold ecological value, and the current number of enangered species, which is vast, shows that there is an ecological upset over the globe.
Their are many speciese that are endaingered of instinction. For example the tiger, the giant panda , the black rino, the green cheacked parrot, the maki shark, the snapping alligator turtle, and the elephant.
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