World's most endangered species

Associated Press
A baby Grauer's gorilla that had been poached from Kahuzi-Biega National Park is seen at the Senkwekwe Orphan Gorilla Center at Virunga National Park in eastern Congo. Twenty-five species of monkeys, langurs, lemurs and gorillas are on the brink of extinction and need global action to protect them from increasing deforestation and illegal trafficking, researchers said Monday, Oct. 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Virunga National Park, LuAnne Cadd, File) EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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World Wildlife Fund has published a top ten list of endangered species, which includes the Tasmanian devil, Javan rhinoceros, and the Asian elephant. Twenty-five species of monkeys, langurs, lemurs and gorillas are on the brink of extinction and need global action to protect them from increasing deforestation and illegal trafficking. Help protect their future by visiting WWF to see what you can do to make a difference for our planet.

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