How many reptiles are on the endangered species list?
There are 18 aquatic species on the endangered species list.
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
There are many, many New Zealand animals, birds and reptiles which are endangered. The list includes the kiwi, tuatara, kakapo, kokako and takahe. However, for a fuller listing, look at the following: http://www.kcc.org.nz/species/threatened/animals.asp and http://www.kcc.org.nz/species/threatened/birds.asp
Yes of course they do. Thousands (literally) of species are on the endangered species list and unfortunately, many more are dying out than we can keep up with. See the related link to learn about how endangered species are classified, what the classifications mean and other such information in regards to endangered species.
Many are, but some are not endangered. Some species of crocodiles are endangered or threatened. The Chinese Alligator, for example, is considered a "critically endangered species." The American Crocodile is "threatened" in some areas of its habitat. Only within the last couple years was it taken off the endangered species list in the United States. no Many are, but some are not endangered. the nile croc yes
According to which reporting organization, and their list, you will receive different numbers. These are some numbers from one of the main organizations that research and report on endangered and threatened species. The Endangered Species List currently shows in the U.S. 612 animal species listed, along with 746 plant species. Out of these 1128 species have approved recovery plans according to the list. Also, 520 of these species have U.S. designated critical habitat.
An endangered animal chart, including the whole world and all species, marine and land animals, isn't something that I've seen in my research. There are lists, reports, and maps. Many are sorted by the country and others by the species or the endangered status, but a chart with all of the entire world's animals. I'll keep looking for one, so far I haven't seen one. These might help you, the International Union of Conservation for…
Endangered species are enlisted in the Red list of the IUCN. Endangered species are listed by strict criteria of the Red List Criteria. Many species of Shark are listed as endangered in the IUCN Red List, such as Borneo shark (1994), Smoothback Angel shark(1994), Speartooth shark(1994), Whitefin topeshark(1994). Year in the parentheses means Red List version. almost 85 percent of all shark species ever recorded to be alive are on the red list. im a…
According to the US Fish and Wildlife Services Endangered Species List, the most recent reports updated as of Nov. 2009 show the following totals; Endangered US Animals = 410 Endangered US Plants = 601 Endangered Species Total = 1011 Threatened US Animals = 164 Threatened US Plants = 146 Threatened Species Total = 310 These are the species listed for the United States only. For more details including, totals for those species listed by the…
Yes, some are. The term Possum refers to an Australian order of Possum. The Australian possums are currently classified as "threatened" by the standards of the endangered species list but are in danger of becoming endangered. The North American Opossum is in no danger whatsoever of becoming endangered. In fact many people consider the Opossum to be vermin that should be killed. (I actually agree with this statement)
The bald eagle was put on the Endangered Species List in 1967. They were endangered as a result of DDT pollution, as well as many years of hunting. DDT was banned in 1972, and the bald eagle was removed from the endangered species list in 1995. At that time, I was only one year old, so I never did anything to specifically help the bald eagle.
Indescriminate hunting for hides and meat led to the alligator being placed on the Endangered list in the late 60's. The regulations imposed on hunting saw a dramatic rebound in their numbers, and now they are no longered endangered. In fact, the species is currently abundant to being a nuisance in many areas.