Golden Toad

Golden Toad The toad ( two-part nomenclature : Bufo periglenes ) is an amphibian of the Toad family . This species is found in a high cloud cover rain forest covering an area of ​​30 km 2 in the city of Monteverde , Costa Rica . This species was described in 1966 by Jay Savage. As of May 15, 1989, no B. periglenes has been recorded anywhere in the world and this species has been listed as extinct by the InternationalContinue reading “Golden Toad”

Earth phoenix

Status:Cực kỳ nguy cấp (IUCN 3.1) The earth phoenix: The earth phoenix ( two part nomenclature : Buceros bicornis ) is the largest member of the Red Yellow family ( Bucerotidae ). The red rose inhabits the forests of India , Southeast Asia and southern China . Their enormous size and impressive colors have contributed to making them a part of the culture and rituals of some local tribes. Hong Hoang lives quite a long life withContinue reading “Earth phoenix”

WILD GAURS

The gaur (Bos gaurus; /ɡaʊər/), also known as Indian bison, is native to South and Southeast Asia and has been listed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List since 1986. The global population has been estimated at maximum 21,000 mature individuals by 2016. It declined by more than 70% during the last three generations, and is extinct in Sri Lanka and probably also in Bangladesh. PopulationsContinue reading “WILD GAURS”

INDOCHINESE TIGER

HỔ ĐÔNG DƯƠNG The Indochinese tiger is a tiger from a specific population of the Panthera tigris tigris subspecies that is native to Southeast Asia.[2] This population occurs in Myanmar, Thailand, Viet Nam and Laos. It has been listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List since 2008, as the population seriously declined and approaches the threshold for critically endangered. In 2011, the population was thought to comprise 342 individuals, includingContinue reading “INDOCHINESE TIGER”