The U.S. Federal Fish and Wildlife Service announced that one of the species that no longer exists on this planet is the ivory-billed woodpecker.
Mexico City (apro). -The US Federal Fish and Wildlife Service today announced that 23 species of animal species would be permanently extinct and not included in the Endangered Species Act.
Mexican Newsweek quoted the agency as saying that the ivory-billed Woodpecker is one of the rarest species on the planet. This majestic bird hasn’t been seen since 1944.
It confirmed that the service had conducted a thorough review of all science for each species and concluded that they are extinct.
Secretary Deb Haaland, a Native American woman, is the first to be elected to the U.S. cabinet. She stated that climate change and disappearances of wildlands have led to more species being driven to the edge of extinction.
In this sense, he believes that “it’s time to strengthen initiative, collaboration, and innovative efforts to save American wildlife.”
Because, he explained, ESA is “very effective” in preventing species extinction and has inspired actions to protect species that are in danger of disappearing from the earth or threatened by illegal or poachers.
He stated that he will continue to work with federal agencies, states, tribes and private landowners to preserve America’s natural heritage and biodiversity.
He pointed out that the island’s endemic species face a greater risk of endangered species due to isolation and small geographic proportions.
For example, he said that Hawaii and the Pacific Islands are home to more than 650 plants and animals, including this. He said that this is more than any other state and that most of these species can’t be found anywhere else in the globe.
The Bachman warbler is another example. It is one of the most rare songbirds in North America, and has not been seen here since 1962.
King of Bachmann.
– Two freshwater fish, 8 freshwater mussels from the southeast and 11 freshwater mussels from Hawaii and the Pacific islands, with eye-catching features, such as the long curved beaks of akialoa and nukupu’u on Kauai, which are called It is Kauaio `o`o, and its color is bright.
– White-eyed bird with reins.
– Flat refers to mussels, pearl green flower mussels.
-Big Kauai Thrush.