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Monday, July 27, 2015

Ethiopia Endangered Species


As of July 27th, 2015, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ for Ethiopia in eastern Africa lists 17 critically endangered species and 44 endangered species. Fortunately, Ethiopia does not have any extinct species on the IUCN Red List. Ethiopia’s critically endangered species include the Bale Mountains Treefrog, Black Rhinoceros, Ethiopian Amphibious Rat, Harenna Shrew, Northern Bald Ibis, Osgood's Ethiopian Toad, and White-winged flufftail bird. Endangered species include the African Wild Dog, Clarke's Banana Frog, Gabal Elba Dragon Tree, Grevy's Zebra, Malcolm's Ethiopia Toad, Ethiopian Wolf, Rüppell's Vulture, Walia Ibex wild goat, and Yalden's Desmomys rodent.

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