They would not be considered endangered if the captive bred aros were counting toward the count. But unfortunately in the eyes of cites a fish in captivity is considered dead. So all the farms full of fish don’t count on the list, only wild are. That is why they are considered critically endangered, because of the slim numbers of wild arosThe Asians guys who were discussing it said they are not endangered and it’s just a myth to keep prices high. What do you think about that?