Javan, black, and Sumatran rhino species are critically endangered, with only 67 Javan rhinos remaining in Java.
The vaquita, a small porpoise, is the world's most endangered marine mammal, with fewer than 10 individuals remaining.
Mountain gorillas were once critically endangered due to hunting, disease, and habitat loss, but their status improved to endangered in 2008.
Tigers are classified as "Endangered" on the IUCN Red List, with some sub-species considered "Critically Endangered".
The Asian elephant is classified as Endangered with only 20,000 to 40,000 left in the wild, and commercial trade is prohibited.
Orangutans face extinction due to deforestation of their habitats for palm oil plantations. Bornean and Sumatran populations are critically endangered.
Leatherback turtles have a soft, leather-like shell, are the largest sea turtles, and have a wide range of distribution.
4,080-6,590 snow leopards left in the wild, listed as 'Vulnerable', found in mountainous regions of central & southern Asia including India.
Irrawaddy dolphins are unique, euryhaline species that transition between saltwater and freshwater. Only 92 Mekong River dolphins are left.
Overfishing and illegal fishing have severely depleted bluefin tuna populations due to high demand in sushi markets.