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Saturday, November 5, 2016

Saudi Arabia Endangered Species



The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ for SAUDI ARABIA in the Middle East lists 1 extinct species (Saudi Gazelle), 6 critically endangered species, and 20 endangered species. Saudi Arabia's six critically endangered species are the Arabian Bream fish, Hawksbill Turtle, Northern Bald Ibis, Rueppell's Griffon, Slender-Billed Curlew, and Sociable Plover. Endangered species include the Arabian Himri fish, Basra Reed Warbler, Black Teatfish, Common Rorqual, Egyptian Eagle, Gabal Elba Dragon Tree, Great Knot bird, Green Turtle, Hammerhead Shark, Lappet-Faced Vulture, Prickly Redfish, Saker Falcon, Sandfish sea cucumber, Scalloped Hammerhead Shark, Steppe Eagle, Undulate Wrasse, White-Headed Duck, and Yellow-Breasted Bunting.

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