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First listed on June 4, 1973. It is currently designated as threatened. Range: Utah.

First listed on June 4, 1973. It is currently designated as threatened. Range: Utah.

First listed on Jan. 14, 1977. It is currently designated as threatened. Range: California; Mexico.

In Photos: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

First listed on Jan. 14, 1977. It is currently designated as threatened. Range: California; Mexico.

First listed on March 11, 1967. It is currently designated as threatened in the United States (lower 48 only), except where listed as an experimental population. Range: Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming.

In Photos: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

First listed on March 11, 1967. It is currently designated as threatened in the United States (lower 48 only), except where listed as an experimental population. Range: Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming.

First listed on Jan. 14, 1983. Range: Idaho, Washington; Canada.

In Photos: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

First listed on March 18, 1998. Range: California.

In Photos: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

Two Ensatina salamanders (<em>Ensatina eschscholtzii</em>), a species native to the West Coast of the United States. These salamanders are likely vulnerable to a horrific new chytrid fungus that has spread from Asia to Europe and now threatens to arrive in North America.

Deadly Fungus Could Threaten US Salamanders

Two Ensatina salamanders (<em>Ensatina eschscholtzii</em>), a species native to the West Coast of the United States. These salamanders are likely vulnerable to a horrific new chytrid fungus that has spread from Asia to Europe and now threatens to arrive in North America.

Most species of flying foxes are Endangered - many Critically Endangered. They are threatened by hunting and habitat destruction.

Most species of flying foxes are Endangered - many Critically Endangered. They are threatened by hunting and habitat destruction.

Species are dying off thousands of times faster than they are being created, according to new research that highlights the planet's looming biodiversity crisis. The study also suggests humans are on the verge of causing a sixth mass extinction on Earth.

6th Mass Extinction? Humans Kill Species Faster Than They're Created

Species are dying off thousands of times faster than they are being created, according to new research that highlights the planet's looming biodiversity crisis. The study also suggests humans are on the verge of causing a sixth mass extinction on Earth.

The Indus River dolphin, <i>Platanista gangetica minor</i>, has seen its range dramatically decline thanks to dams and irrigation projects, new research suggests.

Dams Imperil Pakistan's Endangered River Dolphins

The Indus River dolphin, <i>Platanista gangetica minor</i>, has seen its range dramatically decline thanks to dams and irrigation projects, new research suggests.

Picture 4 of 8 - Pictures and Images - Jaguar (Panthera onca) - Animals - A-Z Animals - Animal Facts, Information, Pictures, Videos, Resources and Links

Picture 4 of 8 - Pictures and Images - Jaguar (Panthera onca) - Animals - A-Z Animals - Animal Facts, Information, Pictures, Videos, Resources and Links

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