7 Most Rarest Species In The World

These butterflies with this fancy pattern have a lot of time appearing. However, the habitat and the effects of people have made them gradually disappear.02 / 2: 43 nammiami Blue: in the past, this species is quite popular along the coastal florida (USA). However, today, its quantity has decreased significantly (estimated to less than 100 individuals). This is the world's rarest butterfly

. The main reason for Miami Blue butterflies disappear is the development of the coastal area of Miami and the storm Andrew in 1992. Until 1999, no one saw any Miami butterfly and it was said to be extinct. Photo: Florida Museum
island Marble: This butterfly has a pattern of a marble. In about 100 years (1908-1998), it was said to have extinct. However, some Island Marble butterfly popped back in San Juan Island (Spain). Scientists and authorities have taken it to the list of endangered animals. However, their efforts cannot cause these species to stop falling. By 2018, the number of Island Marble butterfly is only about 200 children in San Juan. Photo: Flickr.Palos Verdes Blue: This is a small high-risk butterfly species. Palos Verdes Blue only appeared in Palos Verdes Peninsula (USA), so rarely suggested to admire it. Scientists think this species has completely disappeared in 1983 when its living area (in Rancho Palos Verdes) was flattened
Currently, only about 200 Palos Verdes Blue instances in nature. Photo: Joel Sarton.Lange's Metalmark: Like Palos Verdes Blue, Lange's Metalmark only lives only in an environment. It is Antioch Cat Dun area (California, USA). It became an official species at risk in 1976. Photo: SFGATE.SAINT Francis Satyr: This butterfly only appeared in Fort Bragg in North Carolina (USA). It is estimated that the number of Saint Francis SATYR is currently only less than 1,000 children. The main cause of this butterfly disappears is a threatened habitat. Photo: FWS.Schaus Swallowtail: There is a time, Schaus Swallowtail is considered the rarest butterfly Florida (USA) when only a few hundred children. However, conservation efforts have caused the number of current butterfly individuals ranging around 800-1,200 children. Characteristics of their easy to see that the on the wings are dark brown with white, golden strips in the middle. Their wingspan are about 9.2-11.8 cm long. Photo: Observer.Leona's Little Blue: Its name is located under Leona Rice - who discovered this species for the first time in Klamath, Oregon (USA). The number of individual estimates of Leona's Little Blues is about 1,000 - 2,000. They live mainly on buckwheat trees. However, their "house" is being invaded much due to the process of logging and some other invasive plants. Photo: Flickr.Hoai Anh

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