Endangered & Threatened Species

Koala Facts

As one of the most iconic animal species endemic to Australia, the koala is well-known for its bear-like appearance with a stout body and predominately gray fur. Often found climbing in the canopy of trees, koalas are fuzzy and muscular marsupials that are the only...

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Snow Leopard Facts

Native to the rocky and snowy highlands that are associated with its name, the snow leopard is a descendant of the wild cat and panther families. Easily recognizable from other related species, snow leopards are most known for their beautiful white or soft gray fur...

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Primate Conservation Initiative

According to the IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources or the World Conservation Union), over 1/3 of primate species are listed as critically endangered, endangered, or vulnerable (IUCN, 1996). Although primates are found in...

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Steller’s Sea Eagle

Seasonal change in habitat use in Steller's sea eagles By: Mutsuyuki Ueta, Michael J. McGrady, Hajime Nakagawa, Fumio Sato and Vladimir B. Masterov Abstract Habitat-use by Steller's sea eagle, Haliaeetus pelagicus, was studied using satellite-tracking. Locations of...

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