Find out what mammals, insects, fish, plants, etc. are endangered here. Use the selection box below to view full lists by group.
warm-blooded higher vertebrates (such as placentals, marsupials, or monotremes) that nourish their young with milk using mammary glands.
Some endangered mammals:
Beluga, African Elephant, Narwhal, African Lion, Argali
All endangered mammals.
warm-blooded feathered vertebrates (such as penguins, eagles, pigeons).
Some endangered birds:
Orange-bellied Parakeet, Eurasian Peregrine Falcon, Greater Prairie-chicken, Kokako, Ultramarine Lorikeet
All endangered birds.
air-breathing vertebrates that include the alligators and crocodiles, lizards, snakes, and turtles.
Some endangered reptiles:
South Asian Box Turtle, African Slender-snouted Crocodile, Burmese Peacock Turtle, Virgin Islands Tree Boa, Indian Python
All endangered reptiles.
organisms such as trees, herbs, or shrubs.
All endangered plants.
cold-blooded strictly aquatic craniate vertebrates (such as trout, pupfish, and salmon).
Some endangered fishes:
Whale Shark, Rainbow Parrotfish, Ornate Eagle Ray, Speartooth Shark, Pallid Sturgeon
All endangered fishes.
small invertebrate arthropods (such as ants or butterflies).
Some endangered insects:
Zerene Fritillary, Mt. Hermon June Beetle, Comal Springs Dryopid Beetle, Lotis Blue Butterfly, Coffin Cave Mold Beetle
All endangered insects.
cold-blooded vertebrates (such as frogs, toads, or salamanders).
Some endangered amphibians:
Aquatic Treefrog, Monte Verde Golden Toad, Hamilton's Frog, Gopher Frog, Arroyo Southwestern Toad
All endangered amphibians.
slow-moving gastropod mollusks usually enclosed in spiral shells.
Some endangered snails:
Ocmulgee Marstonia, Afrogyrus rodriguezensis, Banbury Springs Limpet, Armored Snail, Alamosa Springsnail
All endangered snails.
marine bivalve mollusks living in sand or mud (mussels).
Some endangered clams:
Fat Three-ridge Mussel, Shinyrayed Pocketbook, Orangefoot Pimpleback Pearlymussel, Alabama Lampmussel, Appalachian Elktoe
All endangered clams.
arthropods that are chiefly terrestrial invertebrates, including the spiders, scorpions, mites, and ticks.
Some endangered arachnids:
Bee Creek Cave Harvestman, Bone Cave Harvestman, Kauai Cave Wolf Spider, Braken Bat Cave Meshweaver, Cokendolpher Cave Harvestman
All endangered arachnids.
aquatic mandibulate arthropods such as crabs and shrimps.
Some endangered crustaceans:
Tree Hole Crab, Kauai Cave Amphipod, Socorro Isopod, Alabama Cave Shrimp, Benton County Cave Crayfish
All endangered crustaceans.
long, segmented invertebrates such as earthworms and leeches
Some endangered worms:
Lion's Hill Velvet Worm, Velvet Worm, Antiponemertes allisonae, Earthworm, Giant Gippsland Earthworm
All endangered worms.
||Corals, Jellyfish, and Sea Anemones
aquatic organisms such as corals, jellyfish, and sea anemones
Some endangered corals, jellyfish, and sea anemones:
Floreana Coral, Agassiz's Coral, Australogyra zelli, Australomussa rowleyensis, Barabattoia laddi
All endangered corals, jellyfish, and sea anemones.
elongated metameric arthropods possessing one pair of legs per body segment.
Some endangered centipedes:
Serpent Island Centipede
All endangered centipedes.