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History, 18.10.2019 10:00, magicalforlife

What is the difference between “threatened” and “endangered” species?

threatened and endangered mean the same thing.

threatened means the species is closer to extinction than endangered.

endangered means the species is closer to extinction than threatened.

the terms are different depending on what country you are in.

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