Top 10 Most Endangered Wild Animal Species of India

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NEW DELHI: Indian is losing their animals due to Environmental pollution, deforestation, loss of habitat, human interference, poaching and hunting. Because of deforestation and other human activity wild animals lost their habitat and reached at risk of become extinct. India is still home to some of the most beautiful creatures in the world, There are 400 wildlife sanctuaries and 80 National parks in India, which give shelter to the wide range of wild and Endangered Wild Animal.

All animals and birds in India are rated as critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN) or Vulnerable (VU). Mainly endangered animals in India are big cats family includes snow leopard, Bengal tiger and Asiatic Lion, other India’s endangered animals are Purple Frog or Pig nose Frog,Great Indian Vulture, Indian giant squirrel, Giant Indian Fruit Bat, Great birds and King Kobra. Some of the extinct animals of India includes Asiatic cheetah,Pink headed duck and Indian aurochs.

Top 15 Endangered Wild Animal Species of India:

Indian Tiger

Ganges Dolphin

Indian-Dolphin

Gharial

Indian Bustard

Indian Rhinoceros

Black Buck

Indian Wild Ass

Indian Wild Dog

Nilgiri Langur

Red Panda

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