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  • Payal Nayar

3 Endangered Species You Didn't Know Needed Your Help

Javan Rhino 

The Javan rhino, once widespread across Southeast Asia, now survives only in Ujung Kulon National Park in Indonesia. With lesser than 75 individuals remaining, the Javan rhino is one of the world's rarest large mammals. Habitat loss and poaching for their horns pose significant threats. Conservationists focus on habitat protection and anti-poaching measures to save this species.

South China Tiger

The South China Tiger, once found across southern China, is now critically endangered, with fewer than 20 individuals left in the wild. Habitat loss and poaching have decimated their numbers. Conservation efforts are focused on breeding programs and habitat restoration to prevent this majestic predator from disappearing forever.

Blue Whale

The Blue Whale, the largest animal on Earth, is endangered due to historical whaling and current threats like ship strikes and climate change. Despite their size, their population numbers are alarmingly low. Global efforts to reduce ocean pollution and regulate shipping lanes are vital to protect these gentle giants.

Saving Endangered Wildlife

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