I believe the species that is at most risk of extinction is the Black Rhino. If not number one, it certainly is close to the top of the list. Since 1970, Black Rhino populations have decreased 90%. At the time this article was posted (see bellow) there were less than 3,000 left alive.
answered repeatedly previously, including the linked response.
This website lists 10 highly endangered species: http://www.allaboutwildlife.com/ten-most-endangered-animals
I actually came across a National Geographic article about a toad extinct in the wild, but there are 500 survivors currently kept in a lab. It is believed these toads only existed under one waterfall in Tanzania – Kihansi. They thrived on the spray of the falls, but when the river was dammed, the habitat of the toads was altered, causing their extinction. For more, see the video:
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