The world’s most beautiful animals are being pushed into extinction.
A new report shows the world’s greatest threats to our wild and precious creatures are happening in a different place, as far from our shores as possible.
Here are our top 10 endangered species.
Black Rhino The largest and most endangered of all rhino species, the Black Rhino has suffered severe habitat loss and poaching for its horns, which are valued in China for use in traditional medicine.
They are also used to make traditional Chinese medicines.
Great Grey Parrot Another endangered bird, the Great Grey parrot has become extinct in Europe due to habitat loss, poaching and habitat degradation.
African Lion The lion is considered to be the world leader in predation and predation-related injuries, particularly to the head and trunk.
African Wild Dog The wild dog is a rare and endangered species, which is being threatened by humans in Africa.
White-throated Cockatoo The White-toed Cockatool is a common and endangered bird.
It is also the smallest bird in the world.
Giant Bluefin Tuna The largest sea-faring bird in world, the giant bluefin tuna is the most threatened fish species.
Black-necked Seabird The black-neck, or black-nosed seabird, is a species of bird with a distinct white stripe on the breast, which it uses to mark its territory.
Wild Dog of the Arctic The largest Arctic bird, and the most endangered animal, the wild dog of the north is threatened by climate change, habitat loss due to climate change and overfishing.
Great White Shark The Great White shark is the world largest predator of seals, including the blue and white males.
Giant Tortoise These tortoises can grow to an average length of 10 feet and weigh as much as 30 tons.