Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Three Types Of The World's Rarest Animals

three types of animals that have the least population in the world and threatens to become a distant memory
There are millions of species and species of animals that we can find in this world. However, unfortunately these animals are often in the rush to endangered populations. Therefore, we must continue to preserve the animals threatened with extinction. Here there are three types of animals that have the least population in the world and threatens to become a distant memory.

1. The Pinta Island tortoise

The Pinta Island tortoise

The presence in the islands of Pinta. Clarification of the animal species included in the 'Giant Galapagos Turtoise'. Is of the rarest animals in the world, because these animals live only one tail are still alive, so it is impossible for breeding again.

2. Baiji (Yangtze River Dolphin)

Baiji (Yangtze River Dolphin)

Baiji is a type of freshwater dolphin found only in the Yangtze River, China. Until now, there are only 10 animals have tails.

3. Tamaraw (Dwarf Water Buffalo)

Tamaraw (Dwarf Water Buffalo)

These animals can only be found in the Philippines alone. This type of water buffalo has a uniqueness that is very impressive, just look at this form of animal ears. This animal was first declared endangered in 2000. However, these animals are now only about 30-200 tail only. And in fact, until now these animals are often hunted by poachers.

It is unfortunate if these animals have become extinct in this world. Because they also have a history of early life on this earth, and they also complement the beauty and variety of life, especially in the animal world. Therefore, let us join hands together to preserve these animals against poachers and to avoid mass extinctions on these rare animals. Just imagine what if the animal is not extinct, but humans. You agree when people become extinct?


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