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List of Argentina Endangered Species of Animals|Plants and Birds

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An endangered species is an animal or plant that’s considered at risk of extinction. Here in this post, you will get a list of Argentina endangered species of animals, plants, and birds. A species can be listed as endangered at the state, federal, and international levels. On the federal level, the endangered species list is managed under the Endangered Species Act.  An Endangered species is a species which has been categorized as likely to become extinct Endangered (EN), as categorized by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List is the second most serve conservation status for wild populations in the IUCN’s scheme after Critically Endangered (CR).

In 2012, the IUCN Red List featured 3079 animal and 2655 plant species as endangered (EN) worldwide. Many species of animals and birds Argentina comes under the category of endangered species per IUCN’s Red Data Book.

List of Argentina Endangered Species of Animals

list of Argentina endangered species of animals, plants, and birds

Here is the list of Argentina endangered species of Animals.

Also, Read List of Angola Endangered Species

       S.No                             Species                         Region
        1.                           Andean Cat               Argentina, Bolivia, Peru
        2.                   Argentine Tuco-tuco               Argentina, Chile, Peru
        3.                    Azara’s Tuco-tuco                     Argentina
        4.                    Berg’s Tuco-tuco                     Argentina
        5.                    Black Buck                 Argentina, India
        6.                 Bonetto’s Tuco-tuco                     Argentina
        7.                  Bridge’s Degu                     Argentina
        8.                   Chacoan Peccary               Bolivia, Argentina
        9.                       Pampas Cat               Argentina, Brazil, Chile
        10.                        Ocelot                       Argentina
        11.              North Andean Huemul          Argentina, Peru, Chile, Bolivia
        12.                  Marsh Deer                        Argentina
        13.                  Marine Otter                       Argentina
        14.                  Maned Wolf           Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil
        15.                       Jaguar           Argentina, Mexico
        16.                  Hooded Seal              Asia, Argentina
         17.                     Guina             Argentina, Chile
         18.                  Gray Grass Mouse                 Argentina

List of Argentia Endangered Species of Birds

list of Argentina endangered species of animals, plants, and birds

Here is the list of Argentina endangered species of Birds.

Also, Read List of J&K Endangered Species

      S.No                       Species                          Region
        1.                   Andean Condor                        Argentina
        2.                   Andean Flamingo           Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Peru
        3.                   Atlantic Petrol               Argentina, Brazil
        4.                    Austral Rail               Argentina, Chile
        5.                    Azure Jay               Brazil, Argentina
        6.                  Bearded Tachuri       Argentina, Brazil,Colombia,French
        7.                   Black Rail           Argentina, South America
        8.                  Black Solitary Eagle        Argentina Bolivia, Costa Rica
        9.              Black-and-white Monjita           Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay
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       10.              Black-bodied Woodpecker                       Argentina
       11.                Black-browed Albatross           Europe, Argentina, Australia
       12.                  Glaucous Macaw           Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay
       13.                        Gray Petrel           Africa, Antarctica, Argentina
       14.                       Hooded Grebe                        Argentina, Chile
       15.                       Horned Coot                       Argentina, Chile
       16.                        Least Tern                       Mexico, Argentina
       17.                       March Seedeater             Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil

List of Angola Endangered Species of Plants

list of Argentina endangered species of animals, plants, and birds

Many species of plants have become endangered in Argentina due to overexploitation. Here is the list of Argentina Endangered Flora species as per the IUCN category.

Also Read, List of Andorra Endangered Species

      S.No                            Species                         Region
      1.                       Acacia Etilis                   Argentina, Bolivia
      2.                       Cedrela Lilloi                          Argentina
      3.                      Cedro Misionero                          Argentina
      4.                       Chilean Cedar                       Argentina, Chile
      5.                      Chilean Plum Yew                       Argentina, Chile
      6.                       Cigar-box Wood                           Argentina
      7.                       Palo Barroso             Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay
      8.                        Palo Pepel                       Argentina, Bolivia
      9.                    Tabebuia Lapacho                            Argentina
     10.                         Inga Saltensis                           Argentina, Bolivia

Conclusion

Here in this blog, we have mentioned the list of Argentina  Endangered species of Flora. All the information listed above is according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). If you have any doubt you can mention below and don’t forget to share.

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