Critically Endangered Species in Danger of Disappearing

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Northern Muriqui
>Number of mature species members left: 1,000
>Natural habitat: Forest
>Geographic range: Brazil

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Bactrian Camel
>Number of mature species members left: 950
>Natural habitat: Desert
>Geographic range: China, Mongolia

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Central Rock-rat
>Number of mature species members left: 800
>Natural habitat: Shrubland, grassland, savanna
>Geographic range: Australia (Northern Territory)

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Slender-billed Vulture
>Number of mature species members left: 730-870
>Natural habitat: Forest, grassland, shrubland
>Geographic range: Bangladesh; Cambodia; India; Laos; Myanmar; Nepal

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Siamese Crocodile
>Number of mature species members left: 500-1,000
>Natural habitat: Wetlands
>Geographic range: Southeast Asia, Indonesia

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