Endangered: Critical Endangered Species of the Central West Photos


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For a country with some of the most unique species on this planet, many, including those in the central West, are facing extinction. Earlier this week, the United Nations released a mess report that warned close to one million species around the world were facing extinction. The report found that the world's estimated 5.9 million land-based species, more than 500,000 have insufficient habitat for long-term surveillance. Read More: Highlight Threatened Species The Bath West is the most threatened species The central west is far from immune to extinction, with 12 species listed as critically endangered and a further 147 listed as endangered. The yellow-spotted tree frog, the honeymoon regent and the squatter pigeon (southern subspecies) are among the critically endangered animals in the area. Among the plants and shrubs on the same list are the Megalong Valley Bottlebrush, Diuramana finger orchid and the Holly-leaf greyvilla. While the Artesian Springs Ecological Community, which includes Niger, Narromine and Tougard, has also been listed as endangered. The UN Report also stated three native Australian species have become extinct during the last decade and scientists said March 17 could be wiped out in the next 20 years. Charles Sturt University, Environmental Lecturer in Environmental Education, Dr. John Referee said a new approach to the environment is needed. "We have to hold a river just like water … it's an ecological community, it's very complicated, it's just a body of water," he said. Read also: It's not too late to talk, say killing detectives Dr Raferty urged people not only to look at the economic impacts of their decisions, but also the environmental ones. He said that it is now time to consider the moral problems of damage to the environment caused by humans. Read more: Candid candidates reveal their vision for the "We Need to Ask" electorate when we want to change and when we want to make things better for everyone, "said Dr Raferty." How we make the environment better And who's looking at him. "* Information from the USSR Office of the Environment and Heritage Megalong Valley Bootrobrush Scrub Terpantine Yellow-spotted Tree Frog Regent Honeycomb Duramana Fingers Prostanthera gilesii Bossiaea fragrans Euphrasia arguta Khaly-leaf Grevila Scatter Deaf (Southern Subspecies) Art Estonian Springs Ecological Community In The Great Artesian Basin Malle and Maldives-Bromboins dominated Woodland and Shroballand, lacking Triodia, in the NSW South Western Slopes Bioregion


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