There are only about 200 Siberian Tigers left in the world (many are on nature preserves), making them the most endangered animals. The other animals that could face extinction very soon include: the Loggerhead Turtle, the Jackass Penguin, Black Rhinos, Greater Horseshoe Bat, Great Apes, Yangtze River Dolphins, Riverine Rabbit, Bactrian Camel and Hirola.
According to the IUCN’s Red List, a database of the world’s endangered species, there are 66 species that are currently extinct in the world. Those species would logically be the most endangered species on the endangered species list. These 66 species include the Hawaiian crow, Polynesian tree snail and Socorro dove.
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