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January 30, 1999
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There are three different species on the US Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species List, plus one Dugong. But if you're referring to the Florida Manatee, it is listed as a State… Endangered Species, but it is not list on the US Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species List. Additional Information: The West Indian Manatee, was listed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in March of 1967, while the Amazonian Manatee, was listed in June of 1970, both have a status of "endangered". The West African Manatee was listed in October of 1979, and has a status of "threatened". For more details, please see sites listed below. ANS2: They are probably one of the most endangered species.
The usual reason for any species on the list is there are not enough adult members.
Koalas have never been on the endangered species list. During the late 1800s, koalas became an export commodity for their fur, mostly for export to the USA. Due to koala n…umbers dwindling and public outrage, laws were enacted protecting the koala and imports were banned by the USA in the late 1920s. However, this was before conservation classifications were put into place. The koala is not extinct, it is not even endangered. They are considered to be "Secure".
cause they got tired of people hunting for them so the star to kill people they got tired of people killing them so they started to kill people
Yes. They are running out of their natural habitats, and some zoos are trying to relocate them in safer locations.
The page that I found said that the Giant panda was on the endangered species list in 2000.
Well in 1987 according to the biological statistics of Australlian Universty of Denwo which recorded the rate in which tigers were being reproduced had dropped drastically. Th…ey had proved that in Australlia the tiger had begun to be on the endangered species list by 1989. Also due to the illegal poachery in Australlia the tiger were put on the endangered species list. Yours, GypsyKing Rate (+1)
year 2000, I think.
January 30th 1999
Pumas, or mountain lion or cougar, as a species are listed as least concern. Only the Florida race, called Florida panther, is endangered.
Because humans killed wolves far to much
June 7th 1970
June 2, 1970
environmental pollution, hunting, loss of habitat, global warming.
There has been a decline in this cousin of the ocelot's numbers, but it is listed as near threatened, not endangered.