They  Are Almost Ended From Earth | ENDANGERED REPTILES |

They Are Almost Ended From Earth | ENDANGERED REPTILES |


What do the world’s tiniest chameleon, a
color-changing snake, and a turtle that breathes through its genitals have in common? Each of these reptiles sits perched on its
own unique branch of life and they are headed for extinction unless urgent steps are taken
for their protection.Today we gonna tell about 7 reptiles that you may not see again. first, be sure to subscribe our channel and
click that bell icon so you don’t missed our future videos. now, lets began the countdown from Number
7. Dahl’s Toad-headed Turtle. The Critically Endangered Dahl’s toad-headed
turtle is endemic to the dry forests of northern Colombia. This peculiar species is highly terrestrial
and may even estivate during the dry season. The toad-headed turtles of the genus Mesoclemmys
diverged from all other living turtles around 80 million years ago. This is around the same time humans last shared
a common ancestor with our strange and distant relatives, the colugos! NUmber 6
Roti Island Snake-necked Turtle. This Critically Endangered Roti Island snake-necked
turtle found in the island of Rote, Indonesia. This species has been so heavily targeted
for the international pet trade has driven it to the brink of extinction. This species has been so heavily targeted
for the international pet trade has driven it to the brink of extinction. number 5
Chinese Crocodile Lizard There are perhaps no more than 1,000 individuals
of the Endangered Chinese crocodile lizard ? which is found in southern China and northern
Vietnam ? remaining in the wild today. number 4
Chinese Alligator The Critically Endangered Chinese alligator
is the only species in its entire family found outside of the Americas. Its closest living relative is the famous
American alligator. number 3
Madagascar blind snake The Critically Endangered Madagascar blind
snake is a tiny, worm-like snake unlike any other
number 2 Central American River Turtle
The threaten Central American river turtle is the sole surviving species of an historically
widespread family of turtles. However, the entire lineage is now restricted
to parts of Belize, southern Mexico and Guatemala. number 1
Madagascar Big-headed Turtle The Critically Endangered Madagascar big-headed
turtle is the world’s most Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered reptile. In fact, this species has the highest EDGE
score of any terrestrial vertebrate! Okay, guys this much for today . hope you
guys enjoyed our video . comment below and let us know what do you wanna know in our
next video and don’t forget to subscribe .

Randy Schultz

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