Endangered Species

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Endangered Species

Ivory Billed Wood Pecker

Amur Leopard

Javan Rhino

Northern Sportive Lemur

Northern Pacific Right Whale

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This endangered species at once was thought to be extinct, but photogrophers thought they may have found one more of these woodpeckers. This specificwoodpecker is most commonly found in parts of Cuba and Southern United States. The woodpecker preferred more lush green forests or swamps. There main source of food was insects that came out of a decaying tree. They also ate the occasional berries, nuts, seeds, and other fruits that were native to the current climate.

Only around 60 left in the world. The Amur leopard is solitary. Nimble-footed and strong, it carries and hides unfinished kills so that they are not taken by other predators. Habitats include Temerate, Broadleaf, and Mixed Forests.

Endangered Species

There are only around 35 Javan Rhinos left. Out of the five rhino species that exist the Javan rhino is the most endangered species. In 2010, Vietnams last Javan Rhino had been kiled. This species of rhinoes prefer to love in wild forests. Due to very few of the Javan rhino living, the rest live in special habitits so they can not be harmed.

The Sportive Lemur only lives near the tip of a mountain in Madagascar. These lemurs are endangeredbecuase of teh lsot of habitats they live in. This is not the only lemur species that are endngered, just one of the moremajor ones that are on there way to extinction.

These whales stay more in the shallow coastal parts of the ocean. Threats that these whales had causing them to become an endangered species is they would get stuck in nets or ship strikes. In 1935 there was a law passed saying you can not har whales,this was helping to stop the elimination of whales. This law, though did not completly abolish people killing whales.


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