As with any species, they are closely monitored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to see if current conservation attempts are protecting the species. Therefore, if a species is released, it might be watched a little more, but there is nothing that is preventing it from ever going back on the list. As long as conservation efforts are effective, a species may not ever be considered again.
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