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Without help, the Amargosa vole could be extinct in just five years. The small rodents live in wetlands near Death Valley in California. They were thought to be extinct until they were rediscovered in the 1970s.…
Red wolf and Mexican gray wolf populations in the wild have risen from zero in the 1970s to around 100 today, but 100 is still very few. And conservation efforts may…
The pygmy sloth’s fates have been up and down over the past 18 months. This summer, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that the world’s rarest and smallest sloth could…
Where to Find 17 Endangered Species
Are We Living In the Sixth Extinction?
Source: YouTube/It’s Okay to Be Smart
As Florida’s panther population grows, ranchers are raising concerns about the safety of their livestock.
Photos of Animals Back from the Brink
Endangered Species Research Tweets
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