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ANIMAL IN DANGER. These are some of the animals that are endangered Panthera tigris altaicia, Pteronura brasiliensis, Crocodylus niloticus, Aquila Adalberto,Chelonia mydas,Mountain Gorilla,Ara macao,Diceros bicornis, Ailuropoda melanoleuca. PANDA.

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These are some of the animals that are endangered

Panthera tigris altaicia, Pteronura brasiliensis, Crocodylus niloticus,Aquila Adalberto,Chelonia mydas,MountainGorilla,Ara macao,Diceros bicornis,

Ailuropoda melanoleuca

  • Pandas are in danger extinction because they are bieng killed daily by either humans or animals, hence their numbers are decreasing. They are also in danger of extinction because his diet is very particular, they eat more or less only bamboo, and they aren't many bamboo sticks where they live
  • it is Western Hemisphere's largest cat has disappeared from much of its range, which once extended from the southern United States through Mexico, Central and South America east of the Andes to Argentina.
indian rhinoceros
Indian Rhinoceros
  • Rhinos became extinct in America long ago, and are becoming much scarcer in other parts of the world, but there are still five species remaining: two in Africa and three in Asia. They are the largest land mammals after the elephant and weigh from 1,800 to 3,600 kg.
mountain gorilla
Mountain Gorilla
  • The mountain gorilla has some protection in a ban among most zoos against the acquisition of specimens and in restrictive controls against international trade