Endangered Animals: A Reference Guide to Conflicting Issues

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ENDANGERED ANIMALS

A Reference Guide to Conflicting Issues

Edited by
Richard P. Reading and Brian Miller

Greenwood Press

Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • African Wild Dog 1
  • Altai Argali Sheep 5
  • American Burying Beetle 10
  • Andean Condor 16
  • Anegada Iguana 22
  • Aruba Island Rattlesnake 28
  • Asian Elephant 34
  • Asiatic Lion 40
  • Aye-Aye 45
  • Basking Shark 49
  • Black-Footed Ferret 54
  • Boreal Toad 60
  • Brown Bear 66
  • Chinese Alligator 72
  • Dalmatian Pelican 78
  • Douc Langur 84
  • Eastern Barred Bandicoot 89
  • Ethiopian Wolf 95
  • European Mink 101
  • Florida Manatee 107
  • Giant Panda 112
  • Golden Lion Tamarin 119
  • Golden-Rumped Elephant-Shrew 125
  • Gorilla 130
  • Grevy’s Zebra 136
  • Hawaiian Goose 142
  • Indiana Bat 147
  • Ivory-Billed Woodpecker 153
  • Jaguar 159
  • Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle 164
  • Leatherback Turtle 171
  • Malagasy Freshwater Fishes 178
  • Marbled Murrelet 184
  • Mariana Crow 191
  • Mediterranean Monk Seal 196
  • Mexican Prairie Dog 202
  • Mexican Wolf 207
  • Mountain Plover 213
  • Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf 219
  • Orinoco River Dolphin 224
  • Piping Plover 230
  • Po’o-Uli (black-Faced Honeycreeper) 235
  • Red-Cockaded Woodpecker 241
  • Red Wolf 247
  • Scarlet Macaw 253
  • Snow Leopard 258
  • Southern Sea Otter 264
  • Sturgeons and Paddlefishes (acipenseriformes) 269
  • Yuma Clapper Rail 279
  • Interdisciplinary Problem Solving in Endangered Species Conservation: the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear Case 285
  • Conclusions: Causes of Endangerment and Conflicts in Recovery 302
  • Selected Conservation Organizations 313
  • Glossary 315
  • References 319
  • Index 371
  • Contributors 379
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