Critically Endangered Species in Danger of Disappearing

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Long-billed Forest-warbler
>Number of mature species members left: 50-249
>Natural habitat: Forest, shrubland
>Geographic range: Tanzania

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White-bellied Cinclodes
>Number of mature species members left: 50-249
>Natural habitat: Grassland, wetlands, desert
>Geographic range: Peru

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Brazilian Merganser
>Number of mature species members left: 50-249
>Natural habitat: Wetlands
>Geographic range: Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay

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Sahafary Sportive Lemur
>Number of mature species members left: 40
>Natural habitat: Forest
>Geographic range: Madagascar

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Addax
>Number of mature species members left: 30-90
>Natural habitat: Savanna, grassland, desert
>Geographic range: Chad, Niger, Mauritania

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