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.