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Japanese endangered species : Amami Thrush 

Giant tiger thrush is a member of the thrush family that breeds only in Amami Oshima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. It is the largest bird among the tiger thrushes. Today, it is endemic to Amami and the Kakeroma Islands, and this bird is known to be endemic to Japan. The giant tiger thrush is designated as an endangered species due to deforestation and deforestation. Conservation efforts are underway in Japan, and the bird's population is slowly starting to recover.
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Endangered species in Japan : Mandarin duck

Mandarin ducks are birds that live in Japan, Korea, and Russia. Mandarin ducks have now been introduced to America and Europe, but they are originally from East Asia. It is a very colorful bird from the outside because it has beautiful colors such as flashy crest feathers. Mandarin duck populations are stable in East Asia as a whole, but in Japan they are designated as an endangered species in various parts of the country, and the possibility of extinction is high in some regions. .
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African endangered animal : Marble Duck 

The white-backed duck is a bird of the genus North-backed duck that inhabits from southern Europe to Africa. It is known that this duck was formerly quite abundant in the Mediterranean region. However, in modern times, they live only in southern Spain, southern Italy, and northwestern Africa, and their numbers are steadily declining.
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Eurasian Endangered Species : rustic bunting

The rustic bunting is a small bird that inhabits the Eurasian continent from the Scandinavian Peninsula to the Kamchatka Peninsula. In winter, the birds migrate to southern regions to overwinter. A distinctive feature of this bird is that the feathers on its head stand upright, and when spring approaches, males turn their heads into black summer plumage. Despite its wide range of habitat, this snail has been designated as an endangered species as its population is steadily declining. The population is declining because some people hunt this bird.
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European Endangered Animal : Cirl Buntings

The brown bunting is a small bird found throughout Europe. It is known to be found in large numbers in southern Europe and North Africa. On the other hand, however, there are areas where this bird is likely to become extinct.
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Moroccan Endangered Animal : Hoa Red Ibis

The hoa red ibis is one of the birds that you often see when you go to the zoo. Although this bird lives in a certain number in captivity, it is in a critical situation where the possibility of complete extinction is increasing in the wild. Often found in dryland rivers, coastal cliffs and rocky outcrops, this bird was previously found throughout Europe and Africa. Hunting and habitat changes, however, rapidly reduced their numbers.
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African Endangered Animal : Lesser Flamingo

The lesser flamingo is a smaller version of the flamingo. It is the smallest of the flamingos and is characterized by bright pink legs, and is a flamingo that inhabits parts of the African continent and Pakistan. It likes alkaline and salt water lakes and inhabits their surroundings, but in recent years water pollution has become a problem, and it is known that the population is decreasing.
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Endangered South American Species: Toucan

Toucan is a very unique bird that lives in South America. This bird is said to be a very beaked, colorful and very memorable bird. Many species live on trees and do not land on the ground. This toucan has a very large habitat, but its population is steadily decreasing.
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Mongolian Endangered Species: White-naped Crane

White-naped cranes are a group of cranes that inhabit Mongolia, China, and Russia. White-naped cranes live in marshes in river basins and appear in agricultural lands, so humans are often seen. Although the white-naped crane has a large habitat, it is often eradicated because it has been eaten for a long time and it can ruin crops. Against this background, the white-naped crane has been designated as an endangered species.
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Japan Endangered Species: Reed Bunting

Reed bunting is a small bird that lives in Japan. It is a bird that moves to the vicinity of Russia in the summer and to the Korean Peninsula in the winter. Although it is a member of the bunting, it does not have the same herding habits as the reed bunting and the Siberian jurin, and it is not a bird that appears in front of humans.
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