Statistics About The Most Beautiful And Rare Animals

Statistics about the most beautiful and rare animals will likely show a low frequency of occurrence due to their scarcity in the wild, making them highly sought after by enthusiasts and conservationists alike.

Statistic 1

"Galapagos giant tortoise, lives up to 177 years on average, making them the longest-living vertebrate;"

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Statistic 2

"About 150,000 of Spotted Hyenas exist currently;"

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Statistic 3

"About 200 Arabian Oryx are present in the wild;"

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Statistic 4

"Black Footed Ferret's population was reduced to 18 in 1986, but has increased to about 370 currently;"

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"Around 5,000 to 12,000 Blue Poison Dart Frogs are existing;"

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"There are about 40,000 to 50,000 African Wild Dogs left in the world;"

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"The White Bengal Tiger has an estimated population of around 200;"

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Statistic 8

"There are between 2500 and 5000 Axolotl left in the wild;"

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Statistic 9

"The Quokka populations are estimated to be less than 10,000;"

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