The plucky daisy is a small specie of daisy native to Southwestern United States deserts. The plant was placed on the endangered specie list in 1985 with only 7 individual plants remaining in the world.
However, state and national agency conservation efforts brought the plant back from the precipice of extinction; now the daisy has populations as strong as 183,000 plants in the state of Utah. As of February 2011, the plant became one of 20 other species to be taken off the endangered specie list.
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