Birds

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Eurasian Endangered Species : Lesser white-fronted goose

The Lesser white-fronted goose is a bird very similar to the white-fronted goose. It is widely distributed in Europe, Central Asia, and East Asia, and is known for its extremely wide habitat. It is designated as an endangered species because its population is declining despite its wide range of habitat. The reason for the decline is due to land development by humans, and the grasslands where Lesser white-fronted goose can live are decreasing. Hunting is also a problem, and it is an animal that needs immediate protection.
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Endangered African Species: Black Crowned Crane

The black crowned crane is a bird that lives in Africa. It is a vine that is distributed in the central and western parts of sub-Saharan Africa such as Ethiopia and Cameroon, and is classified into the genus Crowned Crane, Gruiformes. Black crowned cranes often live in wetlands, but they can also be found in rivers.
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Japan Endangered Species: Japanese Murrelet

The Japanese Murrelet is a seabird that lives only in the Izu Islands, Kumano Nada, and northern Kyushu. The Japanese Murrelet was designated as a natural monument in 1975. Since it is a small bird with a total length of 24 cm, it is often preyed on and is designated as an endangered species.
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Endangered South American Species: James’s Flamingo

James's flamingo is a flamingo that inhabits Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, etc. The body color is pink with red stripes. The whole body is pale red and the tail feathers are white flamingos, and the body color is very noticeable. This flamingo is named after Harry Berkeley James, a British naturalist who studied birds.
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Endangered species in North America : Whooping crane

Whooping crane is an endangered animal that lives in the United States and Canada. It is a bird of the Gruiformes family and is considered to be the most beautiful bird among the vines. It is a migratory bird that gathers and breeds in Wood Buffalo National Park in the summer. But in winter, it travels south to Texas.
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