Critically Endangered Species in Danger of Disappearing

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Atlantic Sturgeon
>Number of mature species members left: 20-750
>Natural habitat: Wetlands, marine neritic zone
>Geographic range: European coastlines, waterways

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>Number of mature species members left: 75-1,050
>Natural habitat: Forest
>Geographic range: Laos, Vietnam

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African Wild donkey
>Number of mature species members left: 23-200
>Natural habitat: Shrubland, grassland
>Geographic range: Eritrea, Ethiopia

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>Number of mature species members left: 18
>Natural habitat: Marine neritic and oceanic zones
>Geographic range: Mexico

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Burmese Roofed Turtle
>Number of mature species members left: 10
>Natural habitat: Wetlands
>Geographic range: Myanmar

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