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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Seychelles Endangered Species


Seychelles endangered species

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ for The SEYCHELLES in East Africa lists 98 critically endangered species and 166 endangered species. Critically endangered species include the Hawksbill Turtle, Jellyfish Tree, Largetooth Sawfish, Mahé Boulder Cricket, Patu silho spider, Saaristo's Giant Mite, Scott's Stick Insect, Seychelles Bizzie Lizzie flower, Seychelles Black Paradise Flycatcher bird, Seychelles Crested Groundhopper grasshopper, Seychelles Palm Frog, Seychelles Sheath-Tailed Bat, Seychelles Shortwinged Groundhopper, Seychelles Blind Harvestman butterfly, Seychelles Forest Scorpion, Silhouette Giant Mite, Thomasset's Seychelles Frog, and Wright's Gardenia plant. Endangered species include the Abbott's Booby bird, Brauer's Burrowing Skink, Brauer's Giant Mite, Cooper's Black Caecilian worm-like amphibian, Double Coconut Palm tree, Gardiner's Seychelles Frog, Madagascar Sacred Ibis bird, Mahé Caecilian, Seychelles Crow, Seychelles Frog, Seychelles Giant Millipede, Seychelles Gray White-Eye bird, Seychelles House Skink, Seychelles Magpie Robin, Seychelles Palm Cricket, Seychelles Palm Grasshopper, Seychelles Pill Millipede, Seychelles Predatory Bush Cricket, Seychelles Scops Owl, Seychelles Tiger Chameleon, Seychelles Wolf Snake, and Vesey-Fitzgerald's Burrowing Skink.

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