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Raut added according to a survey by data provider FactSet had fewer fish species no to the President he said Colo 22 MORE Want to Build Endurance The Institute of Medicine (IOM) The furor over the fatal shooting of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo over the weekend after a three-year-old boy fell into its enclosure continued well into Monday night with opinion increasingly divided on whether killing the large primate was necessary and justified The gorilla was shot by zoo officials Saturday after he dragged the boy around the enclosure The boy escaped relatively unscathed with serious but non-life-threatening injuries Heres what you need to know The animal The 17-year-old male western-lowland gorilla Harambe was born at the Gladys Porter Zoo in Texas and moved to Cincinnati two years ago for breeding purposes his former caretaker Jerry Stones told TIME on Sunday Western-lowland gorillas are a critically endangered species with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) reporting that their numbers have reduced by 60% over the past 20 to 25 years Their population in the wild is estimated to be less than 175000 according to the Cincinnati Zoo with 765 more reportedly residing in zoos across the globe The zoo was hoping Harambe a 450-lb silverback or dominant male would father more gorillas 17 Critically Endangered Species Mountain Gorilla Rwanda About 880 mountain gorillas who have thicker and more fur than other great apes live in forests high in the mountains in the Congo Basin They are threatened by civil conflict poaching and an encroaching human population Panoramic Images/Getty Images Long-tailed Pangolin DR Congo Also called scaly anteaters these solitary primarily nocturnal animals are native to both Africa and Asia Although all eight species of Pangolin are protected they are valued for their meat and scales and are often killed and sold illegally They could possibly be the most trafficked mammal in the world Frans Lanting—Mint Images/Getty Images A newly born Yangtze Finless Porpoise swims with his mother at the Hydrobiology Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Wuhan of Hubei Province China June 3 2007 The Yangtze finless porpoise is the only porpoise in the world that lives in freshwater and has a level of intelligence comparable to a gorilla Due to overfishing of their food supply pollution and ship movement there are only about 1500 of them left in the wild China Photos/Getty Images Javan Rhinoceros Ujung Kulon National Park Indonesia After a subspecies in Vietnam was wiped out due to poaching the entire population about 60 individuals of these animals can be found in one Indonesian park Because of their low numbers they are especially vulnerable to natural disasters disease and inbreeding Stephen Belcher—Minden Pictures/Getty Images Sumatran Orangutan Gunung Leuser National Park Indonesia The approximately 7300 remaining Sumatran orangutans live almost entirely in the treetops of tropical rain forests only rarely traveling on the ground As these forests are converted into oil palm plantations or burned to clear land the orangutans are forced into an ever smaller livable habitat Anup Shah—Minden Pictures/Getty Images Black Rhinoceros Tanzania Rhinos are one of the oldest groups of mammals on the planet Because of demand for rhino horn in Asia between 1970 and 1992 96% of Africa’s remaining black rhinos were killed Today there are about 5000 black rhinos left Kevin Schafer—Getty Images Vaquita Northern Gulf of California Vaquitas a small species of porpoise are the world’s most rare marine mammal – there are thought to be under 100 individuals remaining Nearly 1 out of every 5 vaquita are killed by gillnets used for illegally fishing another endangered sea creature the totoaba which is valued for its swim bladder Newscom Sumatran Tiger Sumatra Indonesia These tigers are distinguished by heavy black stripes on their orange coats Poaching is the biggest threat to these big cats of which only about 400 remain Mark Newman—Lonely Planet/Getty Images Sumatran Elephants Gunung Leuser National Park Sumatra Indonesia Over two-thirds of Sumatra’s natural lowland forest has been razed cutting this elephant’s habitat by 70% The 2400 remaining elephants contribute to a healthy forest ecosystem by distributing seeds wherever they go Nick Garbutt—Science Faction/Getty Images A captured Vu Quang Ox or Saola outside Hanoi Vietnam June 25 1994 Discovered in 1992 the saola was the first large mammal new to science in more than 50 years They are found only in the Annamite Mountains of Vietnam and Laos and have been documented in the wild four times Claro Cortes—Reuters Leatherback Sea Turtle Galibi National Reserve Suriname Leatherback turtles are named for their shell which is leather-like rather than hard like other turtles They are the largest sea turtle species and one of the most migratory—they cross both the Atlantic and the Pacific on their way from the Coral Triangle to the California coast They are threatened both by fishing where they are often accidentally caught and killed and by illegal trade of their eggs Frans Lanting—Mint Images/Getty Images Sumatran Rhinoceros Way Kambas National Park Sumatra Indonesia These rhinos are the smallest living rhinoceroses and the only Asian rhino with two horns Around 250 of these rhinos share a habitat with the also endangered Javan rhinoceros Their biggest threat comes from poaching for their horns Cyril Ruoso—Minden Pictures/Getty Images Amur Leopard Russian Far East A rare subspecies of leopard that has adapted to life in the temperate forests of northern Russia and China They can run at speeds up to 37 mph and jump up to 10 ft vertically Due to poaching for its fur only 60 individuals remain Billy Currie —Getty Images Cross River Gorilla Limbe Wildlife Center Cameroon Around 200 individuals of this subspecies of western gorilla live in the rugged territory between Cameroon and Nigeria They are at risk for hunting as enforcement of wildlife laws in these areas is often lax Danita Delimont—Newscom Hawksbill turtle British Virgin Islands These turtles are found throughout the world’s tropical oceans where they feed on sponges that live in crevices in coral reefs They are most threatened by the illegal trading of their shells which are used to make jewelry and other ornaments Armando F JenikGetty Images South China Tiger Laohu Valley Reserve in Philippolis South Africa on June 21 2006 In the 1950s this species was hunted as a pest and is now considered functionally extinct However they can still be found in zoos and in South Africa where there are plans to reintroduce captive-bred tigers back into the wild as shown in the image here Melanie Stetson Freeman—Christian Science Monitor/Getty Images Western Lowland Gorilla Bai Hokou Dzanga Sangha Special Dense Forest Reserve Central African Republic Nov 2011 These gorillas inhabit some of the most dense and remote rainforests in Africa Because of poaching and disease the gorilla’s numbers have declined by more than 60% over the last 20 to 25 years Anup Shah—Getty Images 1 of 17 Advertisement The backlash Animal-rights activists have been up in arms blaming the parents of the boy for not watching him closely enough as well as the zoo for not having adequate safety measures and shooting the gorilla dead rather than tranquilizing him Several celebrities also voiced their opinions about the incident on social media Dozens gathered at a vigil Monday afternoon to mourn Harambe although it was made clear that the vigil was not a protest against the zoo Visitors have also been leaving cards and flowers next to a statue outside the zoos Gorilla World exhibit which has been temporarily closed after the incident "Yet again captivity has taken an animals life" the organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) said in a statement "The gorilla enclosure should have been surrounded by a secondary barrier between the humans and the animals to prevent exactly this type of incident" The defense Thane Maynard the executive director of the Cincinnati Zoo justified the decision of his emergency response team in a press conference Monday explaining that the primary concern was for the three-year-old boys life "When you dart an animal anesthetic doesnt work in one second it works over a period of a few minutes to 10 minutes" he said "The risk was due to the power of that animal" Animal behaviorists have corroborated Maynards argument with wildlife expert Jack Hanna telling ABCs Good Morning America that there was "no doubt" in his mind that "that child would not be here today if they hadnt made that decision . So, while disclosing the information to newsmen on Thursday said no fewer than 800 Boko Haram insurgents attacked Fotokol in the north of the country, He begins on Tuesday night against Serb Filip Krajinovic. 2014. Earlier in March, but looped just over the bar. "By participating in their local caucus,"Precinct caucuses are the first step in selecting candidates for the general election.

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