Hundreds of migratory species, from humpback whales to wandering albatrosses, are under threat from human activity, according to the United Nations' first report on animals.of Current status of migratory birds around the world A report released today concludes that nearly half of the migratory species on the United Nations list of endangered species are experiencing population declines. Approximately one-quarter of listed species are threatened with extinction.
Billions of animals belonging to more than 2,000 species migrate long distances each year for a variety of reasons, including finding food and breeding grounds.They say it includes some of the world's most iconic animals. amy frankel In the United Nations Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Fauna. Elephants, whales, dolphins, and turtles are all migratory.
However, because these animals are nomadic, they encounter various dangers along their migration routes. wolfgang fiedler The author, from Germany's Max Planck Institute for Animal Behavior, was not involved in the report. “Storks are endangered in Central Europe due to the risk of electrocution from improperly constructed electricity transmission towers, in the Mediterranean region due to environmental toxins and habitat loss, and in North Africa due to illegal hunting.”
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