Endangered Species

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Japanese Endangered Species: Black-faced Spoonbill

The black-faced spoonbill is a bird classified in the genus Spoonbill of the ibis family Pelican order. This bird can only be found mainly in Asia. It is a very rare bird with only about 1600 birds in the whole world, and at the same time it has become an endangered species. This bird is said to be in urgent need of protection, especially since its population has been declining in recent years.
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[Animals of the world: Beaver] Ecology and characteristics Endangered species? The history of beavers and humans

Beavers are very famous animals that live in North America and Europe. However, many people do not know that beavers were once an endangered species. Why is that? And to begin with, why was the beaver an endangered species? I am writing about it.
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Madagascar endangered animal : Madagascar civet

The Madagascar civet is not a member of the cat family. They belong to the mongoose family and are also known as fanaroka. They are endemic animals to Madagascar and can only be found in the eastern regions of Madagascar. Therefore, it is designated as an endangered species and is one of the animals that may become extinct.
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U.S. Endangered Animal: Utah Prairie Dog Ecology and Characteristics

There are several subspecies of the Prairie Dog, among which the Utah Prairie Dog is a subspecies found only in the state of Utah in the United States, and its population is quite limited. This animal, which burrows and burrows in the grasslands of central North America and lives in groups, is designated as an endangered species. It is said to be the most endangered prairie dog.
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[Animals of the world: South American camels] Llama Ecology and characteristics Endangered species? Difference from alpaca

The llama is a famous camel of the South American continent. The llama, also known as a camel without a hump, is a domesticated animal of the Andean people. The llama is valued and growing in population not only as a means of transportation, but also because of the significant contributions it makes to human society. It is now an important animal for the people of South America.
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[Animals of the world: South American camels] Guanaco characteristics and ecology Endangered species? Differences from llamas

The guanaco is a camel that lives in South America. It lives mainly in highlands such as Argentina, and is an animal characterized by fluffy body hair, and the face seems to be very gentle. The guanaco is a very famous camel in South America and most people know it. Guanacos were used as cargo carriers during the time of the Inca Empire.
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[Animals of the World: Birds of Australia] Emu Characteristics and Ecology Endangered Species? Difference from ostrich

The Emu is a flightless bird found only in Australia. I have wings, but I can't fly. This bird is normally bipedal and is the unofficial national bird of Australia. Emus are often mistaken for ostriches, but they are different creatures. What are the differences?
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[Animals of the world: North America] Raccoon ecology and characteristics Endangered species?

Raccoons are mammals classified in the genus Raccoon, the family Raccoonidae, Mammalia, Carnivora. This animal lives primarily in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Despite their cute appearance, raccoons in the wild are far from cute. It is also known as a pest because it is very ferocious and eats crops.
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[Animals of the world: Africa] Aardvark ecology and characteristics Endangered species?

The aardvark belongs to the family Aardvark of the order Tudentate, and there is no other animal in the world that belongs to this category. This animal is an animal that inhabits quite a wide range even in Africa, and only aardvark is the only existing mammal with one order, one family, one genus, and one species. Aardvark is not a very famous animal, but you can see it in zoos around the world.
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[Panama, Venezuela, Colombia] Capybara Subspecies: Lesser Capybara Endangered Species? Ecology and features

Do you know an animal called the lesser capybara? There are actually subspecies of capybaras. The Lesser Capybara is an animal that lives in northern South America and Panama, and was officially described in 1912. In the 1980s, it was recognized as a subspecies of the capybara in genetic research. There is not much information about the lesser capybara, but is it an endangered species?
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