Conflict with humans and forest destruction threaten their futures.
Habitat loss is most pressing threat to this conservation icon.
Growing threat from illegal trade in their meat, shells and eggs.
Population has plummeted to just 55 due to entanglement in fishing nets.
Hunting and poisoning by humans are major threats.
Oil and gas development in its feeding grounds could spell extinction.
Poaching and habitat loss threaten the survival of the smallest existing tiger subspecies.
Pollution, bycatch and climate change are major threats to these birds.
Critically endangered due to disease and deforestation.
Vulnerable to ship strikes and reduction in food supply due to climate change.
Possibly the world's rarest snake, it is threatened by invasive species and natural disasters.
Endangered by destruction of tropical forests and hunting.
Numbers keep tumbling due to hunting and competition with livestock.
Poached for their beautiful fur, there could be just 70 left in the wild.
All subspecies are endangered due to illegal trade in fur and bones.
Facing extinction due to illegal collection and habitat degradation.
Rampant overfishing endangers survival of prized species.