Are mice endangered?
No they are not endangered.
Deer mice as a species are not endangered. They are the most populous mammal in North America. The term deer mouse is sometimes used to refer to the entire Genus Peromyscus which contains 55 different but related species. Many of these individual species are endangered, especially many of the beach mice who suffer from human encroachment on their habitat and predation from house cats.
Yes, there are mice and rats on Aruba. Mice on Aruba include the house mouse [Mus musculus] and the vesper mouse [Calomys hummelincki]. Rats include the black rat [Rattus rattus] and the Norway rat [Rattus norvegicus]. The vesper mouse is ranked as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature [IUCN]. This means that it's likely to become an endangered species.
The badger is "endangered" because many countries and states (the USA) are killing badgers for pelts (fur) or just to get rid of them. Some states like Michigan have laws that protect badgers. if your state does not you should look into it. Badgers are wonderful creatures that get rid of mice and insects and deserve to live in peace!
Dibblers are small, carnivorous, native marsupials of Australia. The main reasons why dibblers became endangered have been predation by introduced species such as feral cats, wild dogs and foxes. Competition with introduced species of mice has resulted in lower populations, as has changed fire regimes and habitat degradation.
these are just the ones in Illinios. = Threatened and endangered Illinois wetland species = There are roughly 198 threatened and endangered species in Illinois that depend on wetlands during some portion of their life cycle. The symbols E and T indicate whether the species is endangered or threatened in the state. There are 5 threatened or endangered wetland amphibians in Illinois. * Silvery salamander--Endangered * Hellbender--Endangered * Dusky salamander--Endangered * Four-toed salamander--Threatened * Illinois…
There are many different species that are endangered in Florida. 8 species of ammphibians endangered 1 species of arachnids endangered 23 species of birds endangered 11 species of clams endangered 8 species of coralsm jellyfish and sea anemones endangered 25 species of crustaceans endangered 33 species of fishes endangered 18 species of insects endangered 15 species of mammals endangered 53 species of plants endangered 9 species of reptiles endangered 13 species of snails endangered
Yes, Gorillas are endangered. There are many sub-species of gorillas and most of them are critically endangered. Western Gorilla - Critically Endangered Western Lowland Gorilla - Critically Endangered Cross River Gorilla - Critically Endangered Eastern Gorilla - Endangered Mountain Gorilla - Critically Endangered Eastern Lowland Gorilla - Endangered