Over 60 animal species have been identified by Australian researchers as potentially extinction-threatened in the next 20 years. According to the Xinhua news agency, a team from Charles Darwin University (CDU) identified 63 animals that are most probably to become extinct by 2041 in a report published on Tuesday. they discovered that at least 47 species, including 21 fishes, 12 birds, six mammals, four frogs, and four reptiles, might be saved.
Half the habitat of the 47 species is in existing nature reserves, Therefore Small-scale focused conservation activities would be practical.
Five reptiles, four birds, four frogs, two mammals, and a fish that haven’t been seen in a long time will be the most difficult to rescue, according to researchers.