A LAS AFUERAS....LA FAUNA

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Onychorhynchus swainsoni - Mosquero Real del Atlántico del los bosques del atlántico brasileño (foto por Luiz Ribenboim)

Onychorhynchus swainsoni - Mosquero Real del Atlántico del los bosques del atlántico brasileño (foto por Luiz Ribenboim)

Hirola Beatragus

Hirola Beatragus

Caballo de Przewalski (Equus ferus).

Caballo de Przewalski (Equus ferus).

Euphorbia tanaensis, Kenia

Euphorbia tanaensis, Kenia

Telmatobufo

100 Most Threatened Species Scientific Name: Telmatobufo bullocki juvenile Common Name: Bullock's False Toad Category: Toad Population: Unknown Threats To Survival: Habitat destruction as a result of energy development

Mariposa del bosque Atlántico (Brasil)

Mariposa del bosque Atlántico (Brasil)

Ratón Arbóreo de Sta Marta

Red-crested tree rat by Lizzie Noble Fundacion ProAves. The unknown number of individuals left of this species of rat are in danger from habitat loss due to urban development and coffee cultivation.

Dipterocarpus Lamellatus, árbol en extinción

Dipterocarpus Lamellatus, árbol en extinción

Roedor de Santa Catarina en extinción

Thought to be locally extinct, the red-faced liocichla was spotted in a Nepal's forest for the first time in 178 years.

El camino

El camino

Hermosaa

Hermosaa

Rafetus swuinhoei, tortuga (China)

Rafetus swuinhoei, tortuga (China)

Scaturiginichthys vermeilipinnis, Australia

100 Most Threatened Species: Scientific Name: Scaturiginichthys vermeilipinnis Common Name: Red-Finned Blue Eye Category: Freshwater Fish Population: - Individuals Threats To Survival: Predation by introduced species

Avutarda India

Great Indian Bustard Credit: Rahul Sachdev This bird is also threatened by habitat destruction related to agricultural development. There are only an estimated 50 to 249 individuals left.

Árbol de coral

Thought to be locally extinct, the red-faced liocichla was spotted in a Nepal's forest for the first time in 178 years.

Camaleón de Tarzán

Tarzan's Chameleon, whose scientific name is Calumma Tarzan, comes from the rain forests of eastern Madagascar. Slash and burn agriculture i.

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