Facts About Endangered Elephants?

Answer Between the beginning of the 20th century and the 1980s, the population of African and Asian elephants dwindled drastically due to poaching for meat and ivory, human interactions and conflict, and ... Read More »

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Are elephants endangered animals?

With a wild population of less than 50,000, Asian elephants are listed as endangered by the Endangered Species Act. Their numbers are decreasing because of habitat loss, according to Sea World. The... Read More »

Facts About Endangered Seals?

Seals can be one of the most aesthetically appealing animals and are very popular with people. Although many species of seals thrive in the wild and are not endangered, there are a couple of specie... Read More »

Endangered Chimpanzee Facts?

Two species of chimpanzees inhabit the forests of Africa. Common chimps live mainly in parts of western and central Africa. Pygmy or dwarf chimps, also known as bonobos, inhabit the Congo Basin in ... Read More »

Facts About the Endangered California Condor?

The endangered California Condor is the largest land bird in North America, with a wingspan of up to 9 1/2 feet. By 1982, loss of habitat, pesticides, collisions with power lines and shooting had r... Read More »