Special Report

Animals Likely to Go Extinct Due to Climate Change

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31. Narwhal
> Conservation status: Near threatened
> Habitat: Ocean
> Geographic region: Arctic region
> Population: About 80,000

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32. Ivory Gulls
> Conservation status: Near threatened
> Habitat: Ocean
> Geographic region: Arctic region
> Population: 58,000-78,000

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33. Caribou
> Conservation status: Vulnerable
> Habitat: Tundra, boreal
> Geographic region: Canada
> Population: 58,000-78,000

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34. Giant Panda
> Conservation status: Vulnerable
> Habitat: Temperate broadleaf and mixed forests
> Geographic region: Southwest China
> Population: 1,864

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35. Giant Tortoise
> Conservation status: Vulnerable
> Habitat: Ocean
> Geographic region: Galápagos Islands
> Population: About 1,000

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