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Endangered Gallery

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Choose from 632 pictures in our Endangered collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Red squirrel Featured Print

Red squirrel

Red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) feeding. The red squirrel is Britain's only native squirrel. It is widely distributed throughout Europe. In Britain it has been in decline for the last 100 years and the UK population is estimated to be about 160, 000 with the majority in Scotland. This decline is mainly due to the introduction of the grey squirrel (Sciurius carolinensis) from North America in 1876. Competition and the spread of a virus by the grey squirrel has led to its dominance. In England, the red squirrel is currently outnumbered by the grey squirrel by about 66:1. If the current rate of decline continues the red squirrel is expected to be extinct in the UK in 20-30 years. Photographed in Northumberland National Park, UK

© Simon Fraser/Science Photo Library

Green turtles Featured Print

Green turtles

Green turtles (Chelonia mydas) resting on the seabed. This turtle is found in warm tropical waters. It is herbivorous and feeds on algae and sea grasses, although young turtles may eat small animals such as snails and jellyfish. The green sea turtle grows to around 1.5 metres in length and weighs up to 300 kilograms. It migrates thousands of miles during the breeding season to return to its hatching site. The female lays up to 200 eggs at a time. The green sea turtle is an endangered species due to its many predators including sharks and humans. Photographed off Sipadan Island, in the Celebes Sea, Malaysia

© GEORGETTE DOUWMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Hartmanns zebra Featured Print

Hartmanns zebra

Hartmann's zebra (Equus hartmannae). Close-up of a zebra's eye, showing its characteristic stripy pattern. These wavy lines act to camouflage the zebra by making it blend in with the wavy lines of the tall grass around it. The fact that the stripes are black and white makes no difference to its main predator, the lion, which is colour-blind. This endangered species of zebra is found in coastal Namibia and southern Angola. Photographed near Solitaire, central Namibia

© TONY CAMACHO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY