Despite animals being loved worldwide, humans are still their biggest threat to survival.
We’ll take a closer look at not only the ten rarest animals in the entire world but also the ten most endangered.
All animals on this list are endangered; if they aren’t conserved now, they may be lost forever.
Purple frogs are native to India. They spend most of their lives underground. They will only appear for a few days each spring to breed. These species have been evolving independently for almost 100 million years but have only been inducted into the science community recently, formally described in 2004.
These frogs are already faced with the threat of extinction due to deforestation. However, it‘s hard to determine their actual population because of their introverted lifestyle.