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  • Tasmanian Thylacine Photo: Kathrin Glaw / EndangeReX

  • Large Seychellois Frog Photo: Kathrin Glaw / EndangeReX

  • Indri Photo:  Kathrin Glaw / EndangeReX

The most endangered animal species:

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  • Zhou's hinged turtles: Christian Langner

  • Giant ibis Photo: Philipp Wagner

  • Giant Ibis Drawing:  Henrik Gronvold

  • Spixara: Roland Wirth

  • Javan Rhino, Kakapo,  Lake Pátzcuaro cross-toothed newt,  Madagascan beaked turtle, Seychelles paradise flycatcher, giant Seychelles frog, black sifaka,  Bactrian camel: Glaw /  EndangeReX

  • Madagascar sea eagle: Thorsten Negro / Tanalahorizon

  • The Philippine Eagle:  Jonet Carpio

  • All others: see

    Animal species extinct since 1492:

    A) Mammals:

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    B) Birds:

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    C) fish

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    D) reptiles

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    E) amphibians

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    F) invertebrates

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    List of rediscovered species:

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    • Israeli Disc Tongue:  Frank Glaw / EndangeReX

    Art portraits:

    A) Article: The Whooping Crane

     

    1. Information:
    Book "The Call of the Cranes: Expeditions into a Mysterious World" by
      dr Bernhard Wessling

    2. Pictures:
    Photo 1, whooping cranes in the swamp: Larray Mattney

    Photo 2, whooping crane fighting with sandhill cranes: Mike Endres

    Photo 3, whooping cranes on a train accompanied by a microlight: Joe Duff

    Photo 4, Whooping Crane juveniles getting used to an ultralight aircraft:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    photo 5,  Whooping Crane juveniles feeding:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    Photo 6, whooping cranes on a meadow:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    Photo 7, adolescent whooping cranes:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    Photo 8, whooping cranes in habitat:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    photo 9,  Juvenile Whooping Cranes:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    Photo 10, whooping cranes during flight training:  Juvenile Whooping Cranes:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    Photo 11, rearing enclosure for very young whooping cranes: Dr. Bernhard Wessling

    Photo 12, hatched whooping crane eggs:  dr Bernhard Wessling

    B) Article: The Antsingy armored chameleon

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    C) Article: The Lake Pátzcuaro cross-toothed newt

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    D) Article: The Voeltzkow Chameleon

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    E) Article: The Madagascar gecko

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    F) Article: The Wolterstorff fire-bellied newt

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    G) Article: The  Przewalski's horse

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    H) Article: The Bactrian Camel

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    I) Article: The Hainan Crested Gibbon

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    J) Article: The Leatherback Turtle

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    K) Article: The Vaquita

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    L) Article: The Yangtze sword sturgeon

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    M) Article: The Kakapo

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    N) Article: The Palmatogecko

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    Thank you to everyone who has supported this site with information, images and tips!

     

    I would especially like to thank Dr. Bernhard Weßling for his great pictures of wild bactrian camels, the Przewalski horses, and the very interesting article about whooping cranes.  Incidentally, he is also the author of the book "The Call of the Cranes" (Link) that you should definitely read!

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