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Friday, September 23, 2016

Panama Endangered Species

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The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ for PANAMA in Central America lists 55 critically endangered species and 124 endangered species. Panama's critically endangered species include the Almirante Trail Toad, American Cinchona Plantation Treefrog, Black-Headed Spider Monkey, Continental Divide Treefrog, Dark-Rumped Petrel, Elkhorn Coral, Fin-Joined Goby, Golfito Robber Frog, Lemur Leaf Frog (big eyes like a lemur!), Maritime Worm Salamander, Narrow-Lined Treefrog, Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth, Rabb's Fringe-Limbed Treefrog, Townsend's Shearwater bird, and Waved Albatross bird. The American Eel, Azuero Parakeet, Bare-Necked Umbrellabird, Boulder Star Coral, Cerro Pando Salamander, Costa Rica Brook Frog, Gal├ípagos Penguin, Glow-Throated Hummingbird, Golden-Cheeked Warbler, Great Green Macaw, Isthmian Goby, Nassau Grouper, Polkadot Poison Frog, Yellow-Billed Cotinga, and Zanthoxylum panamense plant are some endangered species.

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