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ANIMAL

DATABASE

Animals

Desert Pupfish - Coming Sunday!

Here you can find all the animals we have posted! We post a new animal each Sunday. Here you can peruse information on more than 50 endangered animal pages and counting.

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Vaquita

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Antiguan Racer Snake

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Mexican Axolotl

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Striped Smoothhound

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Great Hammerhead Shark

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Sheath-tailed Bat

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Bekko Tombo

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Panamanian Golden Frog

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Tasmanian Freshwater Lobster

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Humphead Wrasse

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Palila

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Blue-eyed Ground-dove

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Sumatran Orangutan

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Ganges River Dolphin

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Socorro Dove

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African Wild Dog

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Polar Bear

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Amur Leopard

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Daggernose Shark

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Sumatran Tiger

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Burrowing Owl

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Mississippi Sandhill Crane

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Nano Chameleon

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Voeltzkow's Chameleon

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Velvet Worm

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Monarch Butterfly

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Ceylon Rose

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Hall's Water Frog

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Sacramento Checkerspot Butterfly

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Bonytail Chub

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Sunflower Sea Star

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Cheetah

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Ivory Billed Woodpecker

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American Pine Marten

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Guam Kingfisher

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American Red Wolf

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Whale Shark

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Mountain Gorilla

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Black Spider Monkeys

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Red-crowned Parrots

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Hawksbill Sea Turtle

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Northern White Rhino

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Honeybee

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Yellowfin Tuna

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European Adder

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Southern Ground-hornbill

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Horned Marsupial Frog

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Gila Monster

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Ishikawa's Frog

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Cromwell Chafer Beetle

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Red-fronted Macaw

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Alligator Snapping Turtle

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Hyacinth Macaw

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'Akikiki

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Coelacanth

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Spix's Macaw

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Jaguar

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Rusty Patched Bumblebee

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Malabar Civet

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Gunnison Sage Grouse

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Greater Prairie Chicken

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African Elephant

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Black Footed Ferrets

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Pangolin

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American Bison

NEW ANIMALS COMING SOON!

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Here you can see all the animals that are coming soon! If you recommended an animal, you can see when your animal will appear on the site.

6/20/21

6/27/21

7/4/21

7/11/21

7/18/21

7/25/21

8/1/21

8/8/21

8/15/21

8/22/21

  1. ​Desert Pupfish

  2. Egyptian Tortoise

  3. Great Desert Skink

  4. Totoaba

  5. Okapi

  6. Woma Python

  7. Blue Whale

  8. Blue Ringed Octopus

  9. Chinese Giant Salamander

  10. Philippine Crocodile

Current and Future Animals by Group

This includes all the animals that have been recommended and are above, even if they are not currently on the site. Ideally, all animals would be equal.

Future and Current Animals on To Save An

Want to Recommend an Animal?

Don't see an animal you recommended? We usually will post new recommended animals within a week or two.

PLEASE REFRAIN FROM RECOMMENDING BIRDS, SHARKS OR MAMMALS.

 

REPTILES, AMPHIBIANS, INVERTEBRATES, and NON-SHARK FISH ARE MORE HELPFUL!! (see chart!!)

Some animals which have many subspecies, such as gorillas, may be changed to a specific subspecies, for example, mountain gorillas. (Pelican -> Brown Pelican)

We currently do not cover extinct animals. However, we may in the future.