The Key deer, a subspecies of North American deer, was listed as endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on March 11, 1967. However, it was certainly endangered before then, since the population had been estimated at less than 50 individuals in the 1940’s. And ten years before the Key deer was officially listed as endangered, the National Key Deer Refuge was established.
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