Mother earth is dying, so are its children, if the stats are anything to go by. Global warming and pollution are responsible for the deterioration of our planet. Thanks to global warming, over 1 million species are facing extinction. In this post, we intend to discuss the 10 most endangered animals living on our planet right now. Each day is practically a ticking bomb for these animals; it’s only a couple of decades before these become extinct. Take a look that this updated top endangered animals list:
Orangutan is giant Asian apes found only in the rainforests of Sumatra and Borneo. Since the 90s the animal is divided into two species and further subspecies. The Orangutans are characterized by their reddish-brown fur coat and solitary living habits. They have a lifespan of 30 years and mostly eat fruits, eggs, insects, barks, honey among other things. The Alpha males are known to have padded cheeks, and long shrilling calls that both attract females and well as strike fear in the hearts of its enemies.