Endangered taxon

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October 25, 2021

Endangered taxon (abbreviation EN, from English Endangered) is a degree of threat according to the IUCN red list. Endangered taxa face a high risk of extinction in the near future. In the vast majority of cases, these are organisms threatened by the expanding human civilization.

List of endangered species

In addition to the list of endangered species / taxa issued by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (see IUCN Red List), individual states also have their own lists of local endangered species / taxa. A concrete example is, for example, the list of endangered animals in the Czech Republic (see also the degree of endangerment in the Czech Republic).

Examples

Blue Whale Manchurian crane Atlas cedar black whale giant shark mako shark japanese whale whitefish mouse whiplash Ganza dolphin New Zealand red mullet orcela blunt-nosed teachable chimpanzee chimpanzee bonobo Red panda Indian elephant crested penguin

External links

Pictures, sounds or videos on endangered species on Wikimedia Commons Number of endangered species in each country (English) An article about endangered animal species on the website of the magazine 100 + 1 ZZ (Czech)

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