23 Asian animals losing their families forever

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What is like, if humanity is described a going-to-the-end species?

The planet of earth has lasted too long for being habitats of the livings?

Maybe…

World Wild Fund for Nature (WWF) has listed Endangered animals in 2015, which fortunately yet human included, while there’re over sixty species are going to the end.

Those of going-to-the-end might have noticed their friends losing, while their homes are hard to stay well like before.

MThai English has brought you the Asian native species who saying good bye to the planet, unless we ignore.

 

Saola

Found: In the Annamite Mountains of Vietnam and Laos

Lef

t:

Unknown

Saola_WWF
Cr. WWF

Pangolin

Found: in Asia (China)

Left:

Unknown

Stuffed pangolin
Stuffed pangolin
Chinese Pangolin (Manis pentadactyla) twelve day old orphaned baby sleeping, Taipei Zoo, Taipei, Taiwan
Chinese Pangolin (Manis pentadactyla) twelve day old orphaned baby sleeping, Taipei Zoo, Taipei, Taiwan// getty images

South China Tiger

Found:

China, Asia

Left:

believed to be

extinct in the wild

. It has not been sighted in the wild for more than 25 years.

South China Tiger
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Sumatran Elephant

Found: Borneo and Sumatra

Left:

2,400 – 2,800

Sumatran Forest Elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus) mother and calf domesticated for tourism, Way Kambas Elephant Training Center, Sumatra, Indonesia
Sumatran Forest Elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus) mother and calf domesticated for tourism, Way Kambas Elephant Training Center, Sumatra, Indonesia
Indonesia, Sumatra, Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatran elephants (Elephas maximus sumatranus) bathing in a waterhole
Indonesia, Sumatra, Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatran elephants (Elephas maximus sumatranus) bathing in a waterhole

Sumatran Orangutan

Found: Borneo and Sumatra

Left:

Approximately 7,300

Sumatran orangutan
Sumatran orangutan

Sumatran Rhino

Found:

Borneo and Sumatra. They’re also found once roaming as far away as the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas in Bhutan and eastern India, through Myanmar, Thailand, possibly to Vietnam and China, and south through the Malay Peninsula.

Left:

Fewer than 100

 

Sumatran Rhino 1
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Sumatran Tiger

Found:

Borneo and Sumatra

Left:

Fewer than 400

Sumatran Tiger 1

Sumatran Tiger 2

 

Amur Tiger

Found:

Russian Far East, small pockets in the border areas of China and possibly in North Korea.

Left:

As many as 540

Amur Tiger 1

 

Bengal Tiger

Found:

India, Napal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh

Left: M

ore than 2,500

Bengal tiger
Bengal tiger
Tiger, Panthera tigris
Tiger, Panthera tigris

Bornean Orangutan

Found:

Borneo and Sumatra

Left:

45,000 – 69,000

Bornean Orangutans
Bornean Orangutans

 

Giant Panda

Found:

Native to South central China

Left:

1,864 in the wild

Giant Panda ailuropoda melanoleuca) cub learning how to eat bamboo
Giant Panda ailuropoda melanoleuca) cub learning how to eat bamboo
Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) climbing tree
Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) climbing tree
Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), captive bred cub, China
Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca), captive bred cub, China

Ganges River Dolphin

Found:

India and Eastern Himalayas

Left:

1,200–1,800

Ganges River Dolphin (Platanista gangetica) jumping, India
Ganges River Dolphin (Platanista gangetica) jumping, India

Borneo Pygmy Elephant

Found:

Borneo and Sumatra

Left: Approximately 1,500

Borneo Pygmy Elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) group on river bank, Borneo, Malaysia
Borneo Pygmy Elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) group on river bank, Borneo, Malaysia
Borneo Pygmy Elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) eating bamboo, Kinabatangan River, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia
Borneo Pygmy Elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) eating bamboo, Kinabatangan River, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia

Indian Elephant

Found:

Native to mainland Asia, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

Left:

2

0,000 – 25,000

Indian Elephant (Elephas maximus indicus) crossing grassland, Corbett National Park, India
Indian Elephant (Elephas maximus indicus) crossing grassland, Corbett National Park, India

Malayan Tiger

Found:

Only on the Malay Peninsula and in the southern tip of Thailand.

Left:

Around 500

Malayan tiger cub
Malayan tiger cub
Malayan Tiger
Malayan Tiger
An endangered Malayan tiger, Panthera tigris jacksoni.
An endangered Malayan tiger, Panthera tigris jacksoni.

 

Indus river dolphins

Found:

in

Indus river (and its Beas and Sutlej tributaries) of India and Pakistan.

Left:

Approximately 1,100

indus dolphins

 

Indochinese Tiger

Found:

Greater Mekong

Left:

A

round 350

(estimated in 2010)

Indochinese tiger or Corbetts tiger (Panthera Tigris corbetti) relaxing in water, Thailand
Indochinese tiger or Corbetts tiger (Panthera Tigris corbetti) relaxing in water, Thailand
Portrait of two Indochinese tigers or Corbetts tigers (Panthera Tigris corbetti)
Portrait of two Indochinese tigers or Corbetts tigers (Panthera Tigris corbetti)

Snow Leopard

Found:

Eastern Himalayas, Yangtze

Left:

Estimated 4,080-6,590

Snow Leopard (Panthera uncia or Uncia uncia)
Snow Leopard (Panthera uncia or Uncia uncia)
Snow Leopard or Irbis (Uncia uncia) in winter at snowfall
Snow Leopard or Irbis (Uncia uncia) in winter at snowfall

Sri Lankan Elephant

Found:

Sri Lanka, India

Left:

2,500–4,000

Sri Lankan Elephant, (Elephas maximus maximus)
Sri Lankan Elephant, (Elephas maximus maximus)

Greater one-horned or Indian rhinoceros

Found:

Eastern Himalayas

Left:

O

ver 3,000 individuals

A greater one-horned or Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornus, eating in early sunlight and fog.
A greater one-horned or Indian rhinoceros, Rhinoceros unicornus, eating in early sunlight and fog.
Greater one-horned rhinoceroses, Rhinoceros unicornis, in tall grasses in the fog.
Greater one-horned rhinoceroses, Rhinoceros unicornis, in tall grasses in the fog.

 

Irrawaddy Dolphin

Found:

In coastal areas in South and Southeast Asia, and in three rivers:

 the Ayeyarwady (Myanmar), the Mahakam (Indonesian Borneo) and the Mekong.

Left: 

between

78 and 91

individuals are estimated to still exist

.

irrawaddy dolphins, orcaella brevirostris, jaya anca aquarium, indonesia
irrawaddy dolphins, orcaella brevirostris, jaya anca aquarium, indonesia
irrawaddy dolphins, orcaella brevirostris, jaya anca aquarium, indonesia
irrawaddy dolphins, orcaella brevirostris, jaya anca aquarium, indonesia

 

Red panda

Found:

Eastern Himalayas

Left:

L

ess than 10,000

Red Pandas (Ailurus fulgens)
Red Pandas (Ailurus fulgens)

Whale Shark

Found:

Many seas of the world, including Philippines, India, Indonesia and Papua.

Left:

Unknown

Whale Shark
Whale Shark

Tree Kangaroo

Found:

Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and the far north of Queensland, Australia

Left:

Less than 50

BENNETT S TREE KANGROO. (DENDROLAGUS BENNETTIANUS). ARBOREAL MARSUPIAL, VULNERABLE. AUSTRALIA.
BENNETT S TREE KANGROO. (DENDROLAGUS BENNETTIANUS). ARBOREAL MARSUPIAL, VULNERABLE. AUSTRALIA.
Endangered Matschies Tree Kangaroo, Dendrolagus matschiei, feeding on plant. Papua New Guinea
Endangered Matschies Tree Kangaroo, Dendrolagus matschiei, feeding on plant. Papua New Guinea