The Red List | Mammal

Wondiwoi Tree Kangaroo

Wondiwoi Tree Kangaroo is one of the least known mammal species in the world today. Continue Reading

Long-Tailed Chinchilla

Experts believe that Long-tailed Chinchillas have a lower wild population than the minimum viable population size for long-term survival. Continue Reading

Pygmy Hog

If we lose Pygmy Hog then we will lose an entire family of wild pig from this planet. Continue Reading


The Tiger has been the symbol of power and strength in the human civilization. Unfortunately this majestic wild cat is one of the most threatened mammal on Earth. Continue Reading

Kashmir Stag (Hangul)

Kashmir Stag. also popularly known as Hangul, is the only surviving sub-species of the Red Deer family in Europe in Indian Subcontinent. Continue Reading

Iberian Lynx

Iberian Lynx is considered as the most endangered wild cat species and is one of the rarest mammal. The estimated population in 2007 was just around 100 in wild. Continue Reading

Red Panda

Red Panda is a very rare arboreal mammal found only in China and India. Continue Reading

Snow Leopard

The total population of Snow Leopard is not exactly known. It is believed that around the 3000-5000 snow leopards are alive in wild. Continue Reading

Greater One Horned Rhino

Today only around 3,000 Great One-horned rhinos live in the wild. Continue Reading

African Elephant

The total population of African Elephants were estimated as 700,000 in 1970, which dwindled down to just 20,000 in 2006. Continue Reading

White Rhino

The Northern White Rhino is declared as extinct from wild and less than 10 are alive in captivity. Continue Reading


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