Extinct Animals

Extinct Animals

New species also join the endangered animals over time. Climatic features that change with global warming in particular endanger the generation of some animals.

Of course, this exhaustion is not only related to the problem of global warming. Unconscious hunting, industrialization, excessive consumption and excessive imbalance in the world, destroying the habitats of animals are other factors that endanger animal lineages.

Here are some of the animals that are at risk of extinction.


Endangered pandas are among the most adorable animals in appearance. Everyone has seen the videos taken especially with their caregivers and browsing the internet. Pandas live in rainy forests in southwestern China. Although pandas are carnivorous, they generally feed on bamboo leaves and shoots. Pandas that escape from humans live in a very narrow area due to the narrowing of the residential areas. Adult male pandas are 1.5 meters long and weigh 115 pounds. Females are smaller than males.

Polar bear

The polar bear, which is one of the animals most affected by global warming, is one of the symbols of the poles. Especially Greenland, Canada Polar Teams, polar bears living in North Alaska are among the largest in carnivores in size. An adult polar bear can grow up to 2 meters. One of the biggest features of the box bears is their skins. These skins are designed for bears to be protected from both camouflage and cold in the snow. Another feature of the hide prevents the bear from appearing in the infrared.

Vaquita (Mexican Dolphin)

The Mexican dolphin that lives in the Gulf of California is one of the endangered animals. Approximately 250 remaining Mexican dolphins live on average 21 years. For the protection of fish, the California Government has set up committees and banned the hunting of this species.

Proboscis Monkey

This type of monkey, unique to Borneo Island, attracts the attention of those who see it with its color and nose. Male monkeys are in the range of 62-72 cm, 30 kg, and female monkeys in the range of 62 cm, 15 kg. These monkey varieties living in groups are known for filling their noses with blood and making noises in case of danger.