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Critically Endangered Species:

Snow Leopard









Referred as the mountain ghosts, the Snow Leopards habitat ranges in a span of twelve countries and 2 million square kilometers. The Snow Leopard is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red list of Threatened species. 

Currently, scientists believe that between 4,500 to 10,000 snow leopards remain in the wild; the exact number is unknown because they are extremely hard to track and challenging to survey. 


Critically Endangered Species:

Brown Pelican











In the midst of 2009, the black pelican was taken off the endangered species list. The seabird is native to North American, South America, and the Caribbean Islands.


A fun fact about the brown pelican is that it is the state bird of Louisiana. The estimated number of black pelicans was approximately 10,000 in the wild. 


Types of endangered species 

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Ways you can help

Five crucial ways you can help prevent the extinction of endangered species. 

Educate others

Educate your family and friends about endangered species in your area so you can find ways to help. 

Shop sustainably

As well as educating others, recycle and buy sustainable products when possible.  Local populations are being threatened because of development, and more and more of the natural world being plundered with material goods in their habitats. 

Reduce your


Reduce your carbon footprint. Drive less, walk more.  Support better public transport, use biodegradable products, and eat whole foods from your farmers market.


Volunteer your time to protect the wildlife in your area. Abundant wildlife refugees and shelters are desperate for help as they are underfunded. Tasks at shelters you can help with include picking up litter or educating visitors about each of the animals. 


Donate to trustworthy websites (like us!) that have clear plans for what their money is used for.

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Protecting the World’s Most Endangered Species

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