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what is the difference between endangered species and extinct species?

Asked by Niharika Kushwa...(student) , on 15/11/13

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Endangered Species: These are species which are in danger of extinction. The survival of such species is difficult if the negative factors that have led to a decline in their population continue to operate. The examples of such species are black buck, crocodile, Indian wild ass, Indian rhino, lion tailed macaque, sangai (brow anter deer in Manipur), etc

Extinct Species: These are species which are not found after searches of known or likely areas where they may occur. A species may be extinct from a local area, region, country, continent or the entire earth. Examples of such species are the Asiatic cheetah, pink head duck.

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Posted by Preethi M(student)on 17/6/12

Endangorered species: These are species which are in danger of extinction . The survival of such species is difficult if the negative factors that have lead to a decline in their population continue to operate .

Extinct species: These are species which are not found after searches of known or likely areas where they may occur . A species may be extinct from a local area, region, country, continent, or the entire earth.

Posted by Vivek Sharma(student)on 17/6/12

6 differences between endangered and extinct species

Posted by Amit(student)on 4/8/13

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endangerd | extinct

1) they are on the verge of extinction |1) they are already extinct

2) there are very small no left |2)there are no more members

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Posted by Mohit Agarwal(student)on 15/11/13

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