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Gorillas, Mongolia trees and more

  • Over a quarter of all assessed species, more than 40,000, are threatened with extinction.
  • Of the 201 critically endangered species listed, 10 are increasing populations and 12 are stabilizing.
  • Species including mountain gorillas, Siamese crocodiles and Chinese magnolias all have recorded growth in their populations.

Corrections and clarifications: A previous version of this story misidentified the World Wildlife Fund.

In an age where discussions around the health and future of our planet more often stoke fear and anxiety, conservation wins that saved several species from the brink of extinction offer a glimmer of hope.

In a statement released earlier this month, Fauna and Flora International, the world’s oldest international wildlife conservation organization, listed several species that have since rebounded from near extinction.  

Over a quarter of all assessed species, more than 40,000, are threatened with extinction, according to the

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