Extinction is the process in which groups of organisms die out. If over an extended period of time the birth rate of a species is less than the death rate, then extinction will eventually occur. To learn more check out:

About Extinction

Indochinese Tiger

In China, it's vary rare to find these tigers in the wild. There are only around 1,200 giant cats from the Indochinese family left in the world thanks to human hunting and deforestation.


Fin Whale

Almost 750,000 fin whales were killed in the Southern Hemisphere between 1904 and 1979 The current population in the North Atlantic probably exceeds 46,000 right now.


Egyptian Vulture

Resulting from poisoning by the diclofenac, a veterinary drug given to livestock which is toxic to vultures, brought declining birth rates there are only 12,000 — 38,000 left and on the decline.


Rusty Patched Bumble Bee

This species of bumble bee is the first native bee species to be listed as endangered in the continental U.S with a population decine of 95% thanks to human activity.