The glib but true answer is: all of them. The definition of “endangered,” at least according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, is a species that’s in very real danger of becoming extinct throughout it’s territory. If it is not in immediate danger of going extinct, but could soon become endangered throughout most of its range, it is considered “threatened.” For a complete explanation of how a US species is determined to be endangered, check out the first link below. The second link is the total number, updated daily, of endangered species.
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