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A rare sighting of the critically endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal near Honi’s Beach.
Via Flickr: This was a very rare sighting of a 6 year old female tagged “V17”. The Hawaiian monk seal is among the most endangered of all seal species. To raise awareness for the species’ plight, the Hawaiian monk seal was declared Hawaii’s official State Mammal in 2008. Photo taken near Honl’s Beach.
In Indonesia, Sumatran rhinos survive in only three known locations (Gunung Leuser, Bukit Barisan Selatan, and Way Kambas National Park). Here Rosa the Sumatran Rhino receives a cake for the Anniversary of her first year at the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary in Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra.
This photo was taken by Panthera Vice President Dr. George Schaller out on the Serengetti. Dr. Schaller is known as one of the founding fathers of the wildlife conservation field and led the world’s seminal study on lion behavior in the Serengeti in the late 1960s. Lions are severely threatened, and could be endangered soon.
Experts maintain that there are fewer than 20 South China tigers left in the wild, and warn that it might become extinct within the next decade. The first South China tiger born in captivity, aged 11 weeks.