Statistics for Endangered Species A-Z

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#ClueSpecies% Correct
CHumans' closest relative, along with the bonobo.Chimpanzee
97%
ESnake-like, catadromous fish, known to be slimy.Eel
97%
ABarrel-shaped animals covered with natural armour.Armadillo
92%
GSpecies of tortoise native to a group of Ecuadorian islandsGalapagos Tortoise
92%
RAfrican mammal mostly hunted for their horn.Rhinoceros
89%
TThe largest known species of feline.Tiger
89%
VBird of prey that scavenges on carrion.Vulture
89%
ZAnimal renowned for its stripes.Zebra
89%
MAquatic marine mammal known as 'the sea cow'.Manatee
86%
SThe slowest animal on Earth.Sloth
81%
HBird weighing about 2 grams endemic to the Americas.Hummingbird
76%
OMedium-sized spotted wild cat similar to leopards native to the Americas.Ocelot
76%
BTwo humped camel living in Mongolia and China.Bactrian
70%
KIntelligent aquatic mammal weighing about 3 tonnes on average.Killer Whale
62%
P'Scaly anteaters' known for rolling into a ball when in danger.Pangolin
59%
WShort-legged, quadrupedal marsupials native to Australia.Wombat
59%
QHerbivorous nocturnal small macropod found in Western Australia.Quokka
51%
FLargest mammalian carnivore on Madagascar, compared to a small cougar.Fossa
46%
NAustralian marsupial commonly referred to as the 'banded anteater'.Numbat
46%
DWild dogs native to parts of Asia, typically having red fur.Dhole
38%
ILargest species of lemur, also known as 'the babakoto'.Indri
35%
LFreshwater vertebrate which first evolved about 300 million years ago.Lungfish
22%
UWild sheep with curved horns, also known as shapo.Urial
16%

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