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  1. Summary of U.S. threatened and endangered species listings, 1976-2019. These data document the summary of species, by taxonomic group, listed as threatened or endangered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service from 1 July 1976 to 30 September 2019 for the United States. Data were compiled from two sources: the Endangered Species Bulletins and the ...

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  2. Jul 30, 2019 · According the Fish and Wildlife Service, more than half of the species listed as endangered in the U.S. make the majority of their homes on private property. For many species, like the California...

  3. Dec 17, 2019 · The Kirtland's warbler, a yellow-bellied songbird, was once on the brink of extinction. In 2019, it become one of three U.S. species delisted from the Endangered Species Act after decades of ...

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  5. Aug 13, 2019 · First listed as endangered in 1967, this iridescent blue inch-long fish's only natural habitat is in the 93-degree waters of Devils Hole, located in Nye County, Nevada, which is a detached unit of...

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    • Amur leopard. Scientific name: Panthera pardus orientalis. Status: Critically Endangered. While many associate leopards with the savannas of Africa, the Amur leopard has made its home in the Russian Far East, according to WWF.
    • Black rhino. Scientific name: Diceros bicornis. Status: Critically Endangered. Living in the deserts and grasslands ranging from Namibia to East Africa, the black rhino is the smaller of the two African rhino species.
    • Bornean orangutan. Scientific name: Pongo pygmaeus. Status: Critically Endangered. There are around 104,700 orangutans in the world today, according to the WWF.
    • Cross River gorilla. Scientific name: Gorilla gorilla diehli. Status: Critically Endangered. Living in the Congo Basin, it wasn't until the past decade that scientists were able to study the distribution of Cross River gorilla, according to the WWF.
  6. Endangered Species Act. Recovery Plan Available for Endangered Houston Toad. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is announcing the availability of a revised recovery plan for the Houston toad, one of the first amphibians to be protected under the Endangered Species Act and one of Texas’ most critically endangered species. May 19, 2022.

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