Question: What animals are critically endangered in 2021?

What is the most critically endangered animal right now?

1. Javan rhinoceros. Once the most widespread of Asian rhinos, Javan rhinos are now listed as critically endangered. With only one known population in the wild, it is one of the worlds rarest large mammals.

How many species are currently considered critically endangered 2021?

6,811 species As of 2021, of the 120,372 species currently tracked by the IUCN, there are 6,811 species that are considered to be Critically Endangered.

What animals are now critically endangered?

Species DirectoryCommon nameScientific nameConservation status ↓Eastern Lowland GorillaGorilla beringei graueriCritically EndangeredHawksbill TurtleEretmochelys imbricataCritically EndangeredJavan RhinoRhinoceros sondaicusCritically EndangeredOrangutanPongo abelii, Pongo pygmaeusCritically Endangered46 more rows

What is the rarest animal 2021?

On the brink of extinction, the vaquita is the smallest living species of cetacean. The single rarest animal in the world is the vaquita (Phocoena sinus). This porpoise lives only in the extreme northwestern corner of the Gulf of California in Mexico.

What is the most endangered plant on earth?

5 of the Worlds Rarest and Most Endangered PlantsWestern Underground Orchid. This is truly a weird one: a plant that spends its entire life living underground. Pitcher plant. If youve never seen a pitcher plant before, you might be a little shocked by its appearance. Jellyfish tree. Corpse flower. Woods cycad.24 Apr 2019

What is the rarest plant ever?

Lets have a look at the top 10 rare plants found in the world:Rafflesia Arnoldii. Known to be the worlds largest flower, this plant is one of the rarest one in the world. Encephalartos Woodii. Nepenthes Tenax. Welwitschia. Pennantia Baylisiana. Amorphophallus Titanum (Titan Arum) Ghost Orchid. Dragons Blood Tree. •Jan 20, 2020

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