Arabian Oryx -- Due to hunting, the Arabian oryx was extinct in the wild by the early 1970s, but was saved in zoos and private preserves and reintroduced into the wild starting in 1980. It is still vulnerable to extinction, but in Texas herds have been introduced so you can hunt these extremely rare animals (double thumbs down).
It is stated in ancient Chinese documents that treasures like pearls, jade, rare animals or small dogs were considered imperial property. That's why we only find it appropriate for our CC pug, Jade, to model our latest arrival... The Burmese Jade Necklace. Nothing is more majestic than a little Jade on Jade!
So what is the rarest animal on the planet? Really, that is a surprisingly troublesome question to reply. Precisely deciding the quantity of creatures in specific animal types is not a walk in the park since most don't generally take part in censuses. A few creatures are rare to the point that they may as of now be instinct and we simply don't have any acquaintance with it yet. Here's our compilation of the rarest animals that you probably never seen before.