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endanger

(ĕn-dān′jər)
tr.v. endan·gered, endan·gering, endan·gers
To expose to harm or danger; imperil.

en·dan′ger·ment n.
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These species have been categorised as critically endangered, endangered and vulnerable, ministry says
org/media/2017/170321) statement Tuesday , NRDC senior attorney Rebecca Riley said, "The Trump administration reversed course and listed the rusty patched bumble bee as an endangered species just in the nick of time.
A plant or an animal that is classified as vulnerable is not yet endangered but is expected to become endangered in the near future.
They should have an original copy of the certificate of wildlife registration or any permit from us to ensure that what they are buying are legal and are not prohibited or endangered," he added.
Plant and animal species become threatened or endangered for one of several primary reasons:
Which animal group on the chart has the lowest number of endangered species?
For instance, many private landowners are logging their forests before their trees can reach "old-growth" status to avoid their lands being deemed necessary habitat for some endangered species and, therefore, being placed off-limits to logging or other human uses altogether.
Organizations such as Earthjustice sometimes go to court to stop construction projects if scientists believe that development will put an endangered species at risk.
Intuitively, you wouldn't think something you've listed as injurious and invasive is something you would turn around and list as endangered," says Robert Gabel, chief of the division of scientific authority at the U.
Together, these species' stories document how the failure to implement the Endangered Species Act adequately and in a timely manner has allowed the extinction of many of these plants and animals.
So far, Haddock notes, Uncle Sam hasn't been offering compensation for the increasingly common takings of water rights to protect endangered species.
There are several bills to update the Endangered Species Act of 1973 on the House and Senate floors.