In China, fewer than 2,500 pandas remain in the wild. Though the poaching has ceased, habitat destruction has lead to a decline in population. Habitat destruction then leads to food shortage causing pandas to starve.
The total number of remaining tigers is estimated between 3,000-3,600. Poaching, habit loss and fragmentation have decreased the population of tigers.
There are a few than 25,000 blue whales left on the planet. They remain at risk due to ship collisions and entanglement in fishing nets.
Green turtles are classified as endangered. They are hunted by humans, threatened by over harvesting their eggs and collected by humans. As well as being caught in fishing gear.
The population of Asian elephants is around 40,000-50,000. This species is poached and killed for the ivory of their tusks, meat and skin. As well as held captive for entertainment.
Mountain gorillas are considered to be endangered. They are threatened by loss of habitat due to human encroachment, killed and captured by poachers. About 220,000 are left in the wild.