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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Slovenia Endangered Species

Slovakia endangered species

The 🍂 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ 🐝 for SLOVENIA in Central Europe lists 7 critically endangered species and 32 endangered species. The following species are critically endangered in Slovenia: Balearic Shearwater bird, Blue Skate, European Eel, Iglica velkovrhi snail, Kerkia kusceri snail, Monkfish, and Sociable Plover. Endangered species include the Austria Gymnadenia orchid, Black Nerite snail, Blackchin Guitarfish, Bushy Coral, Dusky Grouper, European Giant Steppe Grasshopper (Northern Stone Grasshopper), Giant Devil Ray, Italian Nase fish, Mediterranean Monk Seal, Rough Ray, Sandy Skate, Spearnose Skate, Violinfish, White-Footed Crayfish, and White-Headed Duck.

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