9 Unique & Rare Animals To See Around The World

To many, the giant panda is the cutest bear in the world, and it is also a sign of China. Their home is in the Chinese region of Sichuan, and they eat mostly bamboo.

Giant Panda

All other horses have been tamed, leaving only the Przewalski's horse as a wild species. You can see them from afar in Mongolia's Khustain Nuruu National Park. They used to live on the steppes of Central Asia.

Przewalski's Horse

It is the American Plains bison that get the most of the attention; nevertheless, the European bison, which are rather less well-known, are their even bigger relatives.

European Bison

The Sumatran rhinoceros, related to the Indian rhino, is the smallest of the five rhino species. One of the rarest species in the world, they are severely endangered with just a few hundred living.

Sumatran Rhinoceros

The leatherback sea turtle is the heaviest reptile that is not a crocodilian and takes the title of being the biggest of the turtles that are still living today.

Leatherback Sea Turtle

The royal albatross is one of the largest seabirds in the world, with an average wingspan of over 9.8 feet or 3 meters. They normally nest in far-flung subantarctic islands where they are rarely ever seen.

Royal Albatross

In 1987, the California condor was almost dead; all the wild birds that were left were caught and raised in intense conservation breeding projects. It was one of the rarest animals in the world.

Royal Albatross

On whale-watching tours, humpback whales are the most common whales to see. However, blue whales can be seen all over the world, even though they are becoming one of the rarest animal species in the world.

Royal Albatross

The Galápagos penguin is the only species of penguin to range north of the equator, mostly on the Galápagos Island of Fernandina Island and the west coast of Isabela Island.

Galápagos Penguins