Confined to India's Gir National Park. Brown-reddish with dark dots, pointed head, distinct from African lions.
National animal of India and Bangladesh. Threatened by poaching, habitat loss, and human-tiger conflict.
Native to mountain ranges in Central and South Asia. Thick fur, spotted coat, agile climbers.
Threatened ungulate species. Poaching, habitat destruction, selective mating. Diurnal herbivores, females mature at 2 years.
Endangered arboreal mammal. Red/brown fur, black belly and legs, ringed tail. Flexible climbers, specialized habitat.
Endangered species. Hunting and habitat loss. Conservation efforts successful in increasing population.
Endangered deer species found in Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir. Conservation efforts improved population, but still at risk.
Old world monkey found in South India, known for its distinct appearance and group behavior.