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Be Amazed at these Top 10 Extremely Rare Animals You'll Want To Save! Pangolin – Pangolin's might not be the rarest creature on this list, but they are one of the most unique. Found across Africa and Asia, these heavily armoured little critters are pretty much invulnerable to natural predators – they can even withstand a lion attack by curling into a ball! Largetooth Swordfish – The Largetooth Sawfish is also known as the common sawfish, so it may surprise you to know just how rare they actually are. Northern Bald Ibis – Now, the decline of this next animal has been happening for a long time, but has increased rapidly in recent years due to humanity. Sumatran rhinoceros – Many rhinoceros species have dealt with population decline in recent history, and unfortunately the Sumatran rhino is no different. Cuban Greater Funnel-Eared Bat – Now what makes the Cuban Greater Funnel-Eared Bat so interesting is that, aside from knowing it is at risk of extinction, we know very little about it.
Tree Kangaroo – Another rare and fascinating at-risk animal is the Tree Kangaroo, as it represents a serious divergence in evolution. Basically: Macropods, that's the family of marsupials that includes kangaroos and wallabies – used to all live in the trees, until they climbed down and grew into the creatures we know today. Hainan Black-Crested Gibbon – Speaking of tree-dwellers, the Hainan Black-Crested Gibbon is maybe the rarest primate in the world, with the last count finding only 22 animals in the world. Giant Panda – Everyone knows the Giant Panda as a symbol of animal conservation worldwide, but that doesn't mean the species is actually safe. Amur Leopard – You see, while at one point the population had dipped to as low as just 20 individuals worldwide, conservation efforts seem to be working, as there are now around 70 individuals in total. Vaquita – Vaquita were discovered just over 60 years ago, and yet they're already on the brink of extinction. The rarest marine mammal in the world, only 30 individuals could be found in 2016, which dropped to just 12 in March of this year.