International Red Book of the World Animals with photos and description | Project and message

The Red Book was created and first published in 1964. It contains information about global threats for animals, plants and mushrooms. Scientists monitor the species that die out, and sorts them in eight categories:

  • data deficiency;
  • the lowest fears;
  • there is a threat of disappearance;
  • Vulnerable,
  • a clear threat of disappearance;
  • disappearing;
  • extinct in nature;
  • completely disappeared.
  • The status of the species in the Red Book periodically changes. A plant or animal that is considered under the threat of disappearance today can restore the number after time. In the Red Book, it emphasizes that people are affected primarily by people.

    Longfaced dolphin

    Small Kilia (Black Killed)

    Western sea pig

    Atlantic dolphin

    Gray dolphin

    Indian dolphin

    Lake dolphin


    Kangarore jumping Morro

    Vancouver marmot

    Delmar’s black squirrel

    Mongolian marmot

    Menzbra’s groundhog

    Utassian meadow dog

    African squirrel

    Hard rabbit

    Closing hare

    Sanfelip Husia

    Bolshoi hutia


    Shorttailed chinchilla

    Thingroomed porcupine

    Dwarf carbage

    Turkmen carcass

    Fivefingered dwarf carbage


    False water rat

    Okinawan prickly mouse

    Bukovinsky Sleysh

    Swamp hamster

    Silver rice hamster

    The coastal field

    Transcaucasian mouseshaped hamster

    Giant battleship

    Threeskinned battleship

    Rafting armadillo

    Giant antedead

    Varieglake slice

    Ordinary chimpanzees


    Mountain gorilla

    Dwarf chimpanzees



    Gibbon Muller

    Campuccious Gibbon

    Peggy Tamarin

    Gibbon Belorukoy

    Silver Gibbon

    Dwarf gibbon

    Black Gibbon

    Black crested gibbon

    Nemeysky Langur

    Roxellan Rinopitex

    Nilgiri thin

    Golden thinness




    Liontailed macaque

    Green bell

    Black bell

    Zanzibar Kolobus

    Redhead Simiri

    The yellowtailed monkey

    Woolly monkey

    White Saki

    A spidershaped monkey

    Bald Wakari

    Koata Geoffrey

    Black Coata

    Svetloby koata

    Colombian Revun

    Edipov Tamarin

    Imperial Tamarin

    Whitelegged Tamarin

    Golden Book

    Goldenheaded leg

    Belouhay Book

    Filipinsky will be torn


    Charp Indri

    Wilchate lemur

    Lemur Kokerel

    Mouse lemur

    Belonged lemur

    Lemur Edwards

    Redgrooming lemur

    Black Lemur Sanford

    Redfaced black lemur

    Brown lemur

    Wencenoid lemur


    Widelegged lemur

    Gray lemur

    Tolstoye lemur

    Rat poppies

    Guam flying fox

    Giant Burozuba

    Haitean slit

    Pig bat

    Southern horseshoe

    Mediterranean horseshoe

    Small rabbit bandit

    Couplehaired bandit

    Saundice ants

    The marsupial mouse of Douglas

    Bruyne’s prohibited

    Crapped marsupial mouse

    Small marsupial rat

    East Australian marsupial carcass

    Snow Bars (Irbis)

    Deer David

    Brown bear

    Gazelle Dorkas

    Zlotkhrot Julian

    Caucasian Caucasian mole

    Pyrenee peak


    Belichay couscous

    Queensland Vombat

    Ring Kangaroo

    Wallby Parma

    Shortchief kangaroo

    Striped kangaroo

    Ara is blue

    Fish eagle owl

    Gorlitsa Corroet



    The category of the Red Book in which the form falls depends on the size of the population, the range, past contractions of the number and the probability of extinction in nature.

    Scientists calculate the number of each species in the maximum possible number of places around the world and evaluate the total size of the population with statistical methods. Then the probability of disappearance in nature is determined, given the history of the species, its requirements for the environment and the threat.

    Interested parties, such as national governments and environmental organizations, use the information presented in the Red Book to determine the priority of efforts to protect species.

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