Around the globe, unique and fascinating species face extinction from hunting and habitat destruction. Biologists, conservationists, wildlife preservation centers, and zoos work to breed and shelter rare and critically endangered animals when and where they can. But many species are down to the last few of their kind and face an critically uncertain future.
George, a Pinta Island tortoise from the Galapagos Islands, is the very last of his kind. For centuries, his species kept sailors and pirates well-fed on the high seas. Sadly, when George dies, millions of years of evolution will come to an end.
Other species, like lemurs, Iberian lynxes, rhinos, black-footed ferrets, and Chinese rafetus turtles, were well on their way to joining George as the last of their kind until help arrived.
The Loneliest Animals follows the plight of these incredible, charismatic creatures and the struggles of the dedicated conservationists who fight for them. Narrated by Academy Award-winner F. Murray Abraham.
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