Special Report

Animals Likely to Go Extinct Due to Climate Change

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11. African Wild Dog
> Conservation status: Endangered
> Habitat: Forest, grassland, deserts
> Geographic region: Southern Africa and southern part of East Africa.
> Population: 6,600

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12. Amur Tiger
> Conservation status: Endangered
> Habitat: Temperate forest
> Geographic region: Russian Far East
> Population: 540

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13. Bengal Tiger
> Conservation status: Endangered
> Habitat: Forest
> Geographic region: India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, China, and Myanmar
> Population: About 2,500

Source: National Park Service

14. Black-footed Ferret
> Conservation status: Endangered
> Habitat: Grasslands
> Geographic region: Northern Great Plains
> Population: About 370

Source: Zahangir Alom / Marine Mammal Commission / National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration / Wikimedia Commons

15. Ganges River Dolphin
> Conservation status: Endangered
> Habitat: Fresh water
> Geographic region: Eastern Himalayas
> Population: 1,200–1,800

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