6. The Northern Hairy Nose Wombat
The Northern Hairy Nose Wombat is one of three species of wombats and also very rare. This large head and short leg creature can be found in the Epping Forest National Park in Queensland. Their numbers have steadily declined over the years and now under 200 remain.
7. The Florida Panther
According to the National Wildlife Foundation, as of 1970, there were only 20 reported Florida Panthers still living. As of today, there are approximately 100 Florida Panthers in the wild.
8. The Singapore Freshwater Crab
This crab is threatened by habitat degradation because of a reduction in water quality and quantity.
9. Tonkin Snub-Nosed Monkey
This rather surreal looking monkey is endemic to Northeastern Vietnam, where there are fewer than 200 left.
10. The White Lion
It is said that no one has seen a White Lion in the wild since 1994 though you may have seen one or two while visiting the zoo or a circus. What makes this lion so special is the white coat, which is a result of a recessive mutant gene.#