Endangered Philippine Wildlife Species with Special Reference to the Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga Jefferyi) and Tamaraw (Bubalus Mindorensis) 【Review】
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Maala, Ceferino P.
Pollution. Environmental engineering
The Philippine is high on the list of priority countries in the world for wildlife conservation because of its remarkable biological diversity, large number of endemic animal and plant species, inadequatewildlife protection measures, and high rate of deforestation. Of the 180 species of mammals in thePhilippines, 115 (67%) are endemic. To date, 9 mammals have already been categorized as "endan-gered" by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). These are the Golden-Crowned Flying Fox, Negros Naked-Backed Fruit Bat, Philippine Tube-Nosed Fruit Bat, Panay Bushy-Tailed Cloud Rat, Ilin-Tailed Cloud Rat, Visayan Warty Pig, Calamian Hog-Deer, Visayan SpottedDeer and Tamaraw.
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