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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Marshall Islands Endangered Species

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ for MARSHALL ISLANDS in Oceania lists eight endangered species since the beginning of IUCN recordkeeping. Like Kiribati and Lesotho, there are no critically endangered species living among the Marshall Islands. The vast aquatic country's endangered species are as follows: two Black Teatfish species (Holothuria nobilis and Holothuria whitmaei), Boettger's Emo Skink, Dumeril's Tropical Gecko, Green Turtle, Prickly Redfish sea cucumber, Pygmy Blue Whale, and Undulate Wrasse fish.

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