Seven percent of Australia's reptiles 'risk extinction'

Japanese earthworms, the Mauritian flying fox and the Bankoualé Palm are joining over 26,000 species categorized as “endangered.” The latest International Union for Conservation of Nature (ICUN) Red List report now identifies 26,197 plants and animals facing extinction, out of 93,557 facing serious environmental threats around the world.[...]

Seven percent of Australia's reptiles 'risk extinction'

Australia's reptiles, including lizards and snakes, are facing growing threats from invasive species and climate change, with seven percent on the verge of extinction, conservationists said ...

Thu 5 Jul 18 from

Red List expands to 26,000 endangered species

Fri 6 Jul 18 from Inhabitat

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