Critically Endangered Species in Danger of Disappearing

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Vancouver Island Marmot
>Number of mature species members left: 90
>Natural habitat: Forest, grassland, rocky areas
>Geographic range: British Columbia

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Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey
>Number of mature species members left: 80-100
>Natural habitat: Forest
>Geographic range: Vietnam

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Jerdon’s Courser
>Number of mature species members left: 50-249
>Natural habitat: Shrubland
>Geographic range: India

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Sâo Tomé Grosbeak
>Number of mature species members left: 50-249
>Natural habitat: Forest
>Geographic range: Sâo Tomé and Principe

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Royal Cinclodes
>Number of mature species members left: 50-249
>Natural habitat: Forest, Wetlands
>Geographic range: Peru

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