The Przewalski's Horse (Equus ferus) is a success story, improving its status from critically endangered to endangered. Originally, it was listed as "Extinct in the Wild" in 1996, but thanks to a captive breeding program and a successful reintroduction program, the population is now estimated at more than 300, according to the IUCN.
Baby Takin - Closely related to sheep, Takins are native to China and the eastern Himalayas and are well adapted to cope with cold with a secondary coat of fur and a special nasal cavity that helps warm up the cold air they breath in. Although considered national treasures in China, Takins are facing a declining population, primarily due to habitat loss and are classified as an endangered species. [someone else's caption]