10 species of animals that may be extinct in the next 10 years

Ten kinds of animals that may be extinct in the coming decade. It seems that seeds are mass extinction about 5 times on the planet due to crashing of asteroids and changes in the sea level on the earth so far, but the sixth time is occurring in modern times by human hands It is thought that it is not.

The 10 endangered animals are as follows.
10 Animals That May Go Extinct in the Next 10 Years: Scientific American

Science Pictures, including satellite photos, available at Sciam.com

Spanish Oyama cat(Iberian Lynx) is in the most dangerous state of the cat family of the world. Currently it seems that about 120 individuals are inhabited and divided in the Andalusia region of Spain. The Spanish Ooyama cats are decreasing mainly due to habitat destruction, traffic accidents, rabbits becoming poached fish and foods are decreasing, the Spanish government decided to release rabbits in the wild for protection. If the Spanish Oyama cat died out, it seems that the feline animals will be extinct for the first time in about 2000 years.

Lince iberico on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by pelayo lacazette

Data and images of Spanish Oyama cats can be seen from the following.

Lince iberico (lynx pardinus)

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Iberian Lynx SOSLynx Media Player

YouTube - SOS Lynx - hosting for Chris Carr

Sumatra orangutanCurrently lives in 7,500 people, but it is decreasing by 1000 in a year, and according to WWF director working in Borneo and Sumatra, the seed will be extinct within 10 years as it is. The main reason why orangutans are decreasing is the reduction of forests due to logging and burning fields.

Sumatran Orangutan on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by John Doe Jr

YouTube - Orangutans in Sumatra

WombatIs a kind of marsupials living in Australia, but the mushroom banana wombat in that is merely protecting about 100 individuals in Queensland.

YouTube - Wombat GrazingAtNewnes

wildFutakogurakudaIt lives in the Gobi desert and others. However, as a result of nuclear tests by China, attacks of wolves, swallowed by livestock populations, as few as 650 in the wild are in China and about 350 are in Mongolia. According to experts, it is estimated that it will decrease by 84% by 2033.

Bactrian camel on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by romana chapman

YouTube - On a Camel in Windswept Mongolia

Damagasel, a kind of Rayyou, has declined by 80% in the last decade due to habitat destruction and poaching. About a hundred residents are inhabited in northern Africa such as Chad, Niger and Mali.

Dama Gazelle on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by Durotriges

YouTube - Dama Gazelle calf running

Seychelles Sheath-Tailed BatIs a bat inhabiting the Seychelles, believed to have only about 100 bones left at the most, one of the most extinct animals in the world. It seems that the perch that became habitat has been reduced by being pushed by a plant of alien species.

Photo by Justin Gerlach

Youse cowaniIs a small crocodile that is rare to grow beyond 2 m and lives in wetlands downstream of the Yangtze River. I dig a hole in the waterside to make it a nest, but since local farmers catch it, 150 to 200 wild ones are considered. However, because the artificial breeding succeeded, the number seems to increase considerably.

Yohusukowani, avoiding extinction crisis

Chinese alligator on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by Xavier Bayod

YouTube - Alligator tastes like chicken

Black rhinocerosIs used as a valuable accessory with horns. Once in Africa there were hundreds of thousands of black rhinos, but now it has decreased to thousands. There were four subspecies in black rhinoceros, but West African variants were declared extinct in 2005.

Black rhinoceros in Matobo Nat'l Park, Zimbabwe on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by fish-bone

YouTube - Massive Black Rhino Confronts Mother-in-law

Phthalai Tamarin living in Brazil lives in a small area near Manaus. Expansion of cities, ranches and agricultural land is eroding tamarin's inhabited tropical rain forest, and it seems that Phthairo tamarin is currently in a state where habitat overlaps habitat with close species aceticotamarin.

Pied Tamarin on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by smartpatrol

YouTube - Pied Tamarin

5/26 21: 11 postscript: I added because I forgot to write the tenth round of leatherback turtle.
A leatherback turtleIs inhabited in the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean and a wide area, but the number has decreased due to poaching aimed at eggs and meat in the past 20 years or development along nesting coastal area I will.

Leatherback sea turtle emergence on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Photo by ~ Steph ~

YouTube - Leatherback Turtle

Ten years later, how many species are left of this? And how many species are extinct from all these other things ... I guess.

in Creature,   Video, Posted by logc_nt