Endangered Beasts and Where to Find Them We love animals and we love traveling. Naturally, we also love traveling to see animals. Whether it’s on a safari, hiking through a national park, or spotting a fox dart across the road on our daily commute, we get so giddy spotting animals in the wild. If you’re as animal loving as we are (and if you aren’t, kindly leave now), you’ll love this list of endangered critters and where you can travel to spot them in the wild. Check ’em out and reduce, reuse, recycle to get all of the endangered and threatened species out of the endangered list. Pallas Cat Grumpy cat has nothing on these reclusive felines. Trek over to Sailyugemsky Nature Park in Siberia’s Altai Mountains to see the rare cats up close and personal. Poachers are the main reason for their extinct status, which is why a 32-square kilometer section of the Nature Park was recently turned into a reserve for the expressive kitties. A photo posted by The Aspinall Foundation (@theaspinallfoundation) on Aug 8, 2016 at 3:24am PDT African Leopard It’s gonna take a lot to drag us awayyyy from these cuties. The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is home to many of the world’s most captivating creatures — including the beautiful and endangered African leopard. Catch a safari and gain access to leopard sightings that are practically guaranteed! A photo posted by Panthera (@pantheracats) on Aug 30, 2016 at 12:58pm PDT Himalayan Snow Leopard Yeah, we’ll just take this one home with us, thanks very much. This leopard can be found in Mongolia’s remote Altai Mountain Range. You may need to stay for awhile, though, as the cat is often called a “grey ghost” for how little it’s been seen by film crews and villagers alike. A photo posted by World Wildlife Fund (@world_wildlife) on Aug 30, 2016 at 11:09am PDT Polar Bear But… But… They’re so sweeeeet. One of the few human settlements where polar bears can be observed in the wild, Churchill, a small town in Manitoba, Canada, gets to witness the migration of the bears from their summer homes to their wintery seal hunting grounds. The sightings happen throughout October and November! A photo posted by WWF International (@wwf) on Aug 2, 2016 at 3:39am PDT Honey Bee Seriously, can we save the bees already? There are bee farms across the world, but honey bees are still in decline. Which sucks because a third of the food grown in the US is dependent on honey bee pollination. Check out the balmy farms in Hawaii for a tropical look at the insects. A photo posted by Big Island Bees (@bigislandbees) on Jun 2, 2016 at 1:12pm PDT Lion This guy’s like, “Srsly? Y U do this, humans?” Majestic and iconic, lions can easily be seen on safaris in many African countries. One of the most beautiful places to check out is the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania, one of the largest faunal reserves in the world. A photo posted by WWF International (@wwf) on Jun 20, 2016 at 1:32am PDT Lemur My, my, what big eyes you have! In the ecologically diverse Madagascar, head to the Parc National d’Andasibe to see 11 endangered lemur species along with a dizzying amount of unique species endemic to the island. A photo posted by World Wildlife Fund (@world_wildlife) on Aug 2, 2016 at 1:36pm PDT Whale Shark Don’t worry, they won’t bite! You can dive with these gentle giants all around the world, though perhaps the most scenic place is off of the coast of Utila, Honduras. Check in with the Whale Shark and Oceanic Research Center for eco-friendly dives. A photo posted by WWF International (@wwf) on Aug 30, 2016 at 6:19am PDT Saimaa Ringed Seal OMG, so fluffy. Can you take the cold? Head to Lake Saimaa in Savonlinna, Finland. It borders Russia and offers activities like kayaking and camping in addition to the ringed seal sightings. A photo posted by WWF International (@wwf) on May 17, 2016 at 8:35am PDT West Indian Manatee Manatees were moved off of the endangered list, but there are still necessary measures in place to protect them. Head to the ultra-laid-back town of Caye Caulker, Belize — where signs proclaiming “No shirt, no shoes… No problems” abound — and get ready to eco-dive with some super cute manatees in the stunning Great Belize Barrier Reef. A photo posted by WWF International (@wwf) on Apr 17, 2016 at 11:27pm PDT Head here for a full list of endangered species and learn what you can do to help.