Which animal is more endangered?

There are no official figures for zoo animals, but there are a number of theories about how many animals are living in the wild.

There are two main theories about the number of animals that are endangered in the world: the number is based on a scientific estimate, or it is based only on anecdotal evidence.

The scientific estimate is based mainly on studies conducted in the past, but the number that are currently available is much higher.

A number of factors can influence how many are living outside the wild, including habitat fragmentation and human activity.

In the United States, some species of animals have been identified as at risk, including lions, tigers, leopards, cougars and bears.

These animals have the highest rates of mortality due to poaching and are the most common species of wildlife to be poached.

In Europe, wild populations of some species are decreasing and they are considered to be endangered.

For example, the European wild leopard is currently at risk of extinction, according to the EU’s Conservation Programme.

In South Africa, the African wild leopard is considered to have been extinct for a very long time.

According to a 2007 report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature, there are currently more than 2,000 African wild cats and approximately 50,000 wild leo.

There are also some wild species that are considered endangered, such as the leopard and the African lion.

These species are generally considered to face significant threats from poaching and habitat loss, and they have a limited number of natural predators that can be relied on for protection.

Some species are considered at risk in a certain area and therefore are not considered as endangered by the scientific community.

For example, there is no estimate of the number remaining of the leopadons in Tanzania, according the Tanzanian Wildlife Conservancy.

This does not mean that there are not wild species in the conservation world, but some of them are considered as highly endangered by conservationists because they are not listed as endangered.

The National Wildlife Federation estimates that more than 1,000 species are listed as Endangered by the IUCN Red List.

These include the golden eagle, red kite, leopard, black-footed ferret, wild boar, wild turkey, wild rabbit and the rare leopard.