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Endangered bats given ‘manicures’  to count how many still exist
The only known colony of some of the world’s rarest bats are being given ‘manicures’ by scientists using nail varnish in an effort to determine how many still exist.
Endangered porpoise could be extinct in a year if illegal fishing continues, study warns
One of the world’s most endangered animals could face extinction within a year if illegal fishing nets continue to be used, scientists have warned.
River herring will not be added to endangered species list
The federal government says two species of herring are not at risk of going extinct, and will not be listed under the Endangered Species Act.
Endangered fruit bats ‘being driven to extinction’ in Mauritius
Scientists are suing the Mauritian government for “driving endangered fruit bats towards extinction”, after mass culls killed at least half their population.
Endangered parrots exported from Australia
A government MP has said it ‘beggars belief’ that more endangered Australian birds have been exported to a German organization headed by a convicted kidnapper and extortionist, after a Guardian investigation revealed there had been multiple warnings that the birds could be sold to collectors at a huge profit.
Endangered UK plants brought back from brink by driving tractor over them
A crucial but threatened habitat has been revitalized following decades of decline after conservationists decided to run a five-ton tractor over it.
Endangered fin whales slaughtered in Iceland
A series of gruesome images captured by marine wildlife activists shows the commercial slaughter of endangered fin whales in Iceland.
Endangered blue whale spotted in Red Sea
A rare blue whale, the largest animal on Earth, has been sighted in the Red Sea's Gulf of Aqaba for the first time, Egypt's Environment Ministry said.
UNESCO enters Turkey's endangered 'bird language'oin Intangible Cultural Heritage list
The unusual and very efficient whistle language used as a means of communication by villagers in remote northern Turkey entered the UNESCO list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. UNESCO has accepted the ‘bird language’ of Black Sea villagers as an endangered part of world heritage in need of urgent protection.
Australian lizards eating eggs of endangered loggerhead turtles
Feral foxes are no longer the archenemies of would-be loggerhead turtle moms at the second biggest nesting beach in northeast Australia. The title now belongs to the yellow-spotted goanna.
Snow leopard taken off endangered list
The snow leopard is no longer considered an endangered species, according to conservationists.
Scientists find new population of endangered cats in Borneo
Scientists have discovered a new population of bay cats, an elusive cat species endemic to Borneo.
Endangered antelope may be wiped out
The death of more than 2,000 critically endangered Saiga antelope in Mongolia was caused by a disease that could now threaten the entire population.
Protected lands and endangered species not  properly safeguarded
The world is edging towards a major conservation target for protected land and oceans, but there are concerns over how safeguarded areas are managed and whether they are effectively protecting endangered species, according to a new report.
Logged forests, havens for endangered Southeast Asia species
A logged forest isn't a lost forest, new research revealed. In recent surveys, scientists from Imperial College London found a surprising number of endangered species living in logged forests in Borneo.

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