Environmental Failures: Endangered and Extinct Species

Our environmental failures are the reason there are so many endangered and extinct species worldwide, includes a list of extinct and endangered animals.



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Long-jawed cisco.
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Black-footed ferret.
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Palila.
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The last wild California condor was taken into captivity on Easter Sunday 1987.
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Tecopa pupfish.
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Sciota mad tom.
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The last wild California condor was taken into captivity on Easter Sunday 1987.
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Perdido Key beach mouse.
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Santa Barbara song sparrow.
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Dusky seaside sparrow.
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Bowhead whale.
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