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THREAT LEVEL: EXTINCT animalsRead more.
The following animals are considered EXTINCT by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN): -TSF- RELATED STORIES:THREAT LEVEL: Read more.
THREAT LEVEL: EXTINCT IN THE WILD animalsRead more.
  The following animals are considered EXTINCT by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN): -TSF- RELATED STORIES:THREAT Read more.
THREAT LEVEL: critically endangered animalsRead more.
The following animals are considered CRITICALLY ENDANGERED by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN): -TSF- RELATED STORIES:THREAT LEVEL: Read more.
THREAT LEVEL: endangered animalsRead more.
The following animals are considered ENDANGERED by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN): -TSF- RELATED STORIES:THREAT LEVEL: critically Read more.
THREAT LEVEL: vulnerable animalsRead more.
The following animals are considered VULNERABLE by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN): -TSF- RELATED STORIES:THREAT LEVEL: EXTINCT Read more.
THREAT LEVEL: near threatened animalsRead more.
  The following animals are considered NEAR THREATENED by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN): -TSF- RELATED STORIES:THREAT Read more.
THREAT LEVEL: least concern animalsRead more.
The following animals are considered LEAST CONCERN by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN): -TSF- RELATED STORIES:THREAT LEVEL: Read more.
THREAT LEVEL: data incomplete on these animalsRead more.
The following animals have insufficient enough research to fully determine their vulnerability and are classified as DATA INCOMPLETE by the International Read more.
Sperm whale calls, vocalizationsRead more.
The sperm whale was hunted voraciously up until 1988 for the waxy spermaceti oil in its cranium. It was found Read more.
Learn to speak Killer WhaleRead more.
Vocalizations of the three killer whale ecotypes, the fish-eating (resident) killer whale, the mammal-eating (transient) killer whale, and the offshore Read more.
Fin whale calls, vocalizationsRead more.
The 20-Hz signals of finback whales are perhaps one of the better described whale calls in the Atlantic Ocean. Typically, Read more.
What is the loudest animal?Read more.
This is a trick question of sorts with two animals sharing the title depending on your perspective. The sperm whale Read more.
Learn to speak Atlantic Minke WhaleRead more.
Approximately the size of a city bus, the Atlantic Minke Whale is the smallest of the rorquals, or large whales. Read more.
Learn to speak False Killer WhaleRead more.
No, humans cannot actually speak the same way a whale does. But work is underway to translate the calls, whistles, Read more.
What marine mammal has fingernails?Read more.
Either the West African manatee or the West Indian manatee is correct. All manatees are ancient relatives of elephants and other Read more.
What aquatic animals are named for mythological sea creatures?Read more.
The three manatee species (Amazonian manatee, West African manatee, West Indian manatee) and the dugong are the four species that make Read more.
What vulnerable marine mammal is related to elephants?Read more.
All four species in the Order Sirenia are distant relatives of the elephant: Amazonian manatee, dugong, West African manatee and Read more.