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The Western Gorilla The largest living of the primate family, these gorillas are day active forest dwellers that feed on a variety of foods such as fruits, leaves, stems and seeds
The Vaquita By having a very restricted habitat range in shallow waters less than 40m this makes this animal the most vulnerable of all the sea mammals.
The blobfish is probably one of the ugliest creatures you will ever see. They live in and around the coast of Australia and Tasmania at a depth of 800 meters.
Here is a list of the top ten endangered animals in the world right now according to the World Wildlife Fund Organization (WWF)
The Mexican Burrowing Snake This Mexican constrictor snake has a slender head and cylindrical, powerfully built body of a burrowing species.
Very little is known about the rare Andean cat or mountain cat’s habitat. The cat is small and sturdy with a long fuzzy tail.
The Humpback whale is found in all the world's oceans, most of this whales populations follow a regular migration route, summering in temperate and polar waters for feeding
In general, the pilot whale is found in both the northern and southern hemispheres, in tropical and temperate waters throughout the world.
The Minke whale is found in all oceans and occasionally they are observed in the tropics. They seem to prefer icy waters
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Whales and dolphins are both sea mammals which travel in schools (lots of them). Dolphins are a small sea mammal related to whales