Most countries have laws now to protect endangered species. In some extreme cases, e.g. the panda, countries have set up entire breeding programs to ensure the survival of the species. The state of Hawai'i recently had massive areas declared conservation areas because of the threats to many unique native species.
Gray foxes are quite plentiful throughout their natural range and are in no danger of extinction.
THEY LICK MY FKN ASS
nothing. it's appalling!
regulating hunting, punishing poachers. the usual
cloning with tech from the future
people are conserving their habitat from massive destruction
not buying rosewood and donate by:hija
they have some of them in captivity so they can reproduce
they are extixnt becuz people killl them alot
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People are helping the Caribou by going out to save them
The beaver is not an endangered mammal. Still quite common.
Question:What is being done to help save cougars from becoming extinct?Answer:Hunters are forbidden to hunt in the tristate area where cougars live.
commercial whaling is now banned and there are protected areas where it lives
The ocelot is legally protected, but is in no immediate danger of extinction.
I didn't think there were any pandas still living in the wild.
Cheetahs are strictly protected by law, but habitat needs to be preserved for them.
One thing that is being done to protect the blue bird of paradise from extinction is rebuilding their habitat by planting new plants and trees. There are also many reserves built to give the birds and other animals a safe place to live.
They are fully protected where they live, and the destruction of forests has been taken under advisement.
i know for sure that in Morocco it is illegal to hunt the Fennec fox! that's all i have :/
Ocelots are being used for fur coats and car seaat covers. there are only 2 ocelots living in the US and only being protected in the US
There are many groups out there pushing for something to be done about saving these turtles. But I know that hunting (poaching) these turtles or any sea turtle is illegal.
Nothing! The gray fox is doing quite well without protection and in no danger of extinction at this time.