THREAT LEVEL: least concern animals


The following animals are considered LEAST CONCERN by the International Union for Conservation and Natural Resources (IUCN):

By Earl Filskov There are currently 368 known species of sharks in the world. Only 20 out of the 368
By Stacey Venzel Nest-building is not just a task left to the birds. While turtles do not pick up sticks
By Stacey Venzel Turtles do not celebrate their birthdays quite like humans, but that does not mean we are unable
Adult hooded seals have black heads and silver-gray coats with dark blotches of varying sizes and shapes across their bodies.
From NOAA The term "bathymetry" originally referred to the ocean's depth relative to sea level, although it has come to
Hydrography is the science that measures and describes the physical features of bodies of water. Hydrography is the science that
By Blaise Jones Sharks possess a very adaptable physiology which lets them thrive in almost any environment the ocean has
Two of the most powerful and prehistoric-looking turtles in the world are the common snapping turtle and the alligator snapping
Do tortoises swim? What about terrapins? Do all turtles and their relatives swim? Stacey Venzel, author of Today's Dinosaurs: A
To learn more, please go to the official page for Today's Dinosaurs: A Complete Guide to Turtles, Terrapins, and Tortoises