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Endangered animals list

Our endangered animals TOP PAGE
What's an endangered animal?
Endangered animals list
  • Search for animals by where they live
    • Animals in Japan
    • Animals in Asia
    • Animals in North America
    • Animals in South America
    • Animals in Europe
    • Animals in Africa
    • Animals in Oceania
  • Search for animals that live on land, fly in the sky, or live near or in the wate
    • Land animals
    • Flying animals
    • Swimming animals
  • Search by cause of endangerment
    • Animals that have had their homes destroyed
    • Animals that have been caught by humans
    • Animals that have lost the fight against other animals
  • Search in alphabetical order
  • Search for animals by name

    Here you can search for an animal by the first letter of its name.

  • Watch a video of the animal
Let's study with comics! Why are animals in trouble?
What we can all do
To teachers and guardians

Follow instructions to create an animal picture book

Print out the cover page to create an unique animal picture book for yourself to keep!

1.Select the cover page!

Select a cover page from either A or B, and then print it out.

  • A

    Select this cover page(PDF)

    (2.26MB / Print 1 page)

  • B

    Select this cover page(PDF)

    (258KB / Print 1 page)

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3.Turn your picture book pages into a book!

Organize the cover page along with other pages to make a picture book. Now your picture book is ready to go!

* Please make sure to have an adult besides you when you use a staple.

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