As of 2015, some endangered species include the Amur leopard, African Wild Dog, Asian and Indian elephants, jaguar, gray wolf and ocelot. The World Wildlife Federation and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service websites have e... More »

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The World Wildlife Fund, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Earth's Endangered Creatures all offer continually updated lists of endangered and other threatened species. Lists of local endangered are also available fr... More »

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Two online resources for kids about endangered animals are the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Homework Help page and Kids Discover's Endangered Species Spotlight. These resources have information on specific endangered... More »

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According to University of Utah Health Sciences, cloning endangered species makes it possible for living animals to donate healthy cells and preserve a species. Scientists intend to use cloning to save the saola of Vietn... More »

In North America, some of the endangered species that live in the grasslands include the black-footed ferret, the northern swift fox and the peregrine falcon. Other prairie-dwelling animals, such as the mountain lion and... More »

Examples of animals on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List of endangered species that live in rainforests include the giant panda, the great green macaw and the yellow-crested cockatoo, as of 20... More »

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Many endangered species live in the tundra, including polar bears, arctic foxes, arctic peregrine falcons, Eskimo curlews and wood bison. Thawing in the arctic permafrost due to global climate change, hunting and habitat... More »