Endangered Species

January 2008
Kiwi;Jan/Feb2008, p40
The article offers information about six endangered animals. They are the American pikas, marine turtles, jaguars, giant pandas, great apes and North island brown kiwis. Habitats of marine turtles are open water and coastal areas. Agricultural expansion and hunting are significantly affecting the population of jaguars. In the wild, there are approximately 1,600 giant pandas left.


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