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Thirty-one species were declared extinct in the latest Red List — but it's not all bad news. Several species, including the European bison, have been recovering.
Coronavirus has delayed efforts to tackle the biodiversity crisis, but a group of scientists has suggested a bold new target to save endangered species.
Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino, may not survive much longer, and there’s talk of euthanasia.
At this rate, koalas could be extinct by 2040.
Officials with the World Wildlife Fund UK said the analysis of Lulu sheds light on a larger problem. “The shockingly high
They were just too slow.
'We need to come back to the potential of cheetahs to coexist with people.'