Conserving Natural Resources

By: Lulu and Anna Victoria

Why is it important to label animals on the red list?

It is really important because it lets people know about how animals status are. If they whether need help and need to protect them. This could help a lot. It helps scientists, and people know more about them.

What does it mean?

Least Concern:

Are species that are evaluated, but not categorized into any category.

Near Threatened:

An organism has been evaluated into the Red List.


Need of special care, support or protection.


Seriously risk of extinction.

Critically Endangered:

High risk of becoming extinction, highest risk category.

Extinct in the Wild:

Only living in captivity, no more of those species are living on the wild.


Is the end of an organism or a group of organism.


River Dolphins:

Status: Vulnerable to Critically Endangered

Habitat: Coastal, brackish, and fresh waters

Toothed Whale

Amazon River Dolphins:

Status: Endangered to vulnerable

Habitat: Amazon and Orinoco Rivers in South America.


Status: Near Threatened.

Habitat: Arctic Oceans, parts of Russia and Greenland.

Toothed whale


Status: Extinct

Habitat: Fresh waters but mainly on Yangtze River in China


Pacific White Sided Dolphin:

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: in temperate waters of the North Pacific.


Dwarf minke:

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Polar to tropical waters of the southern hemisphere.

Omuras Whale:

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: Pacific Islands Region

Blue Whale:

Status: Endangered

Habitat: All oceans except enclosed and the Arctic.

Sei Whale:

Status: Endangered

Habitat: All oceans except polar and tropical regions.

Humpback Whale:

Status: Least Concern

Habitat: On Arctic, Atlantic, and Pacific Oceans


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