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More than one fifth of the world's crawling animal species facing the threat of extinction

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More than one fifth of the world's crawling animal species facing the threat of extinction

According to CNBETA: Researchers have determined in a new paper that more than one -fifth of the world's climbing animal species are facing extinction threats, which marks the initial results of slow research on more than 20 years. In addition to the threat of human survival caused by humans, these scaled creatures have also become prejudice in prejudice in priority priority matters.

Animal protector has to catch up and strive to evaluate the threat to turtles, crocodiles, lizards, snakes, and beak head lizards (the last one of the ancient crawling animals swinging on the earth with dinosaurs). A comprehensive assessment of similar evaluations of birds, mammals and amphibians (all classified as limb animals, or vertebrates of the limbs) have been completed ten years ago.

Why is the data of reptiles particularly scarce? The author of this new paper published in Nature's magazine today said that they just did not get the sympathy of funders, just like their similar animals.

The co-person in charge of this research, Bruce Young, said at the news call: "For many people, reptiles have no charm, and in terms of protecting vertebrates, people pay more attention to some more furry or having having hawke Feather species. "But through unremitting efforts, we can find the funds required to complete the research. "

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