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  1. Almost a third of lemurs and North Atlantic Right Whale now Critically Endangered - IUCN Red List

    9 July 2020

    Gland, Zwitserland, 9 July 2020 (IUCN) – Almost a third (31%) of all lemur species in Madagascar are now Critically... Read more

  2. Eucalyptus pauciflora ssp. niphopila

    Species recoveries bring hope amidst the biodiversity crisis - IUCN Red List

    10 December 2019

    Gland, Switzerland, 10 December 2019 (IUCN) – Conservation efforts have led to improvements in the status of ten... Read more

  3. Mountain gorilla (c) Ludovic Hirlimann

    Fin Whale, Mountain Gorilla recovering thanks to conservation action – IUCN Red List

    14 November 2018

    Conservation action has brought renewed hope for the Fin Whale and the Mountain Gorilla... Read more

  4. White-naped mangabey (Cercocebus lunulatus)

    Endangered primate discovered in bauxite-threatened Atewa Forest Ghana

    19 December 2017

    Scientists have discovered the globally threatened White-naped Mangabey (Cercocebus... Read more

  5. noordereilandkiwi (c) Neil Robert Hutton

    Unsustainable food systems threaten wild crop and dolphin species

    5 December 2017

    Species of wild rice, wheat and yam are threatened by overly intensive agricultural production and urban expansion,... Read more

  6. Southern Lechwe (Kobus leche)

    Once-abundant ash tree and antelope species face extinction – IUCN Red List

    14 September 2017

    Gland, Switzerland, 14 September 2017 (IUCN) – North America’s most widespread and valuable ash tree species are on... Read more

  7. Zeuneriana marmorata

    Intensive agriculture and wildfires threaten over a quarter of Europe’s grasshoppers and crickets

    9 February 2017

    Brussels, 9 February 2017  ̶  Over a quarter of European grasshopper, cricket and bush... Read more

  8. Gorilla

    Four out of six great apes one step away from extinction – IUCN Red List

    4 September 2016

    The Eastern Gorilla – the largest living primate – has been listed as Critically... Read more

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