This video from the USA says about itself:
Associated Press reports:
Oct. 3, 2006 —The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service pulled two species from the endangered list on Monday and recommended that four be downlisted from endangered to threatened, saying there’s been much progress toward wildlife recovery in California.
There was no change in status for the other six species reviewed.
The announcement comes at the end of the mandatory reviews that listed species undergo every five years.The agency also designated more than 150,000 acres in four California counties as critical for the survival of the threatened Alameda whipsnake, which is in trouble because of heavy development in the scrubland where it lives.
An estimated 21.3 million night lizards occupy 21-mile-long San Clemente Island off the coast of Southern California, one of the highest densities of any lizard on earth, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced this week: here.
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