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Record #:
23746
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This article present various species of plants and animals that are endangered in Western North Carolina as a result of climate change, loss of habitat, and other human factors.
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9021
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The Endangered Species Committee of the Department of Natural Resources has compiled a list of endangered plants and animals in North Carolina. The status of these species is based on federal definitions for endangered, rare, undetermined, and peripheral species. Information includes the species; its range in North Carolina; preferred habitat; general comments about it; projects, such as dams, that might affect it; and status.
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9042
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Part 3 of endangered wildlife contains a list of mammals considered by the Endangered Species Committee to be either rare or endangered in North Carolina. May are simply on the edge of their normal range, while others are being jeopardized by habitat destruction.
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36159
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Information related to these animals included differences among the three categories, features of the Virginia Big Eared Bat and Northern Pine Snake, and ways to help such species survive.