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Going green

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Brandon Beliveau

on 23 April 2010

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Endangered Species On November 1, 2009 the United States Fish and Wildlife Services listed approximately 1,200 animals and 750 plants as endangered or threatened in North America. 266 of these listed species have recovery plans currently under development. There are more than 3,500 protected areas in existence worldwide. They cover a total of nearly 2 million square miles . Vulnerable Species:A species particularly at risk because of low or declining numbers or small range, but not a threatened species. Threatened Species:a species whose population is not yet low enough to be in immediate danger of extinction, but who certainly faces serious problems.
Endangered Species:a specie, plant or animal, that is in immediate danger of becoming extinct. Extinct Species: an extinct species is one that is no longer living. Levels Aquatic species, which are often overlooked, are facing serious trouble. Recovery plans, as part of the Fish and Wildlife Service’s Reovery Program, are designed to reverse the decline of a threatened or endangered species and eventually bring the population to a self-sustaining level. Steps Needed: a description of the species’ current situation, including any relevant scientific data; A recovery objective (a target population number) an implementation schedule, including priorities of tasks and cost estimates The End Red Wolf Cougar
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