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fThe axolotl, also known as the Mexican Salamander, nearly reached extinction in 2011, and they are categorized as an endangered species. These little guys are so cute, and they can breathe underwater thanks to aquatic gills.
Otherwise known as the 'stinkbird', this bird is well-known for it's powerful odor, which is caused by food fermenting in it's stomach. It is herbivorous, and communicates with other birds through a series of shrieks, groans, and grunts.
This African cat is a keen-eared carnivore, relying on it's extraordinary hearing and long legs to hunt down rodents and other small prey in the African savannah. It has a beautiful golden coat with black spots.
It is the largest species of squid, and is known to be prey to the largest and most dangerous species in the ocean- sperm whales especially have been found with deep grooves in their skin from the squid's hooks. This squid also has the largest eye of any known animal.
The vaquita is a rare species of porpoise, which makes it's home in the waters of the Gulf and surrounding area. They have a dark ring around each eye, and have smooth, grey skin. They are very shy and swim away when approached by a boat or person. They are classified as endangered.
This extremely rare species of bat inhabits only one cave on Isla de la Juventud. They have funnel-like ears and very long tails. Unfortunately, this species is expected to go extinct due to scattered dispersal patterns, human interruption, and many other factors. There are only about 100 adult bats left.