Javan rhinos are critically endangered, with only 75 individuals left in the wild. They are threatened by hunting, habitat loss, and inbreeding.
The Amur leopard is critically endangered, with only around 100 individuals left in the wild. They are threatened by habitat loss, prey scarcity, and transportation infrastructure.
The Sunda Island tiger is the smallest tiger subspecies and is critically endangered. There are only around 600 left in the wild, and they are threatened by habitat loss
Mountain gorillas are endangered. They live in Africa's high-altitude forests. Threats include habitat loss, human-gorilla conflict, and poaching. Conservation efforts are underway.
The Tapanuli orangutan is the most endangered great ape species in the world. There are fewer than 800 left in the wild. The main threat to its survival is habitat loss.
The species is threatened by environmental degradation, overfishing and water pollution.
Black rhinos were nearly wiped out by poaching in the 20th century. Numbers have since doubled, but they're still critically endangered. Poaching for their horns is the biggest threat.
Forest elephants are critically endangered due to poaching and habitat loss. They are now found in only 25% of their historic range.
Sumatran orangutans are critically endangered, with less than 14,000 individuals in the wild. They face threats from logging, plantations, infrastructure development, and the pet trade.
Hawksbill turtles are critically endangered due to fishing, habitat loss, and the illegal trade of their shells.