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Total Animal Species Least Concern - 41,416


Plecturocebus bernhardi

Prince Bernhard’s Titi Monkey

An endemic resident of the Amazon Basin, the Prince Bernhards Titi Monkey is a stable, unthreatened primate that is safe from anthropogenic impact.

The Titi monkey are typically frugivores relying on local plant species and live near water. They reside in family groups in the same tree, typically every night.


Canthigaster valentini

Valentini's Sharpnose Puffer

The Puffer is a coral and sea grass species that is slowly in decline, the IUCN recommends monitoring of fishing for aquarium trade. They are found at depths between 1-55m and feed mainly on algae. They are found Globally from Australia to Taiwan.


Coenagrion scitulum

Dainty Bluet

An abundant insect, the Dainty Bluet is found across Northern Europe and is increasing in population. They prefer habitats of ponds and shallow water with Myriophyllum vegetation. 

Data and information used and edited from IUCN 2020. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2020-1. Downloaded on 19 March 2020.

Information correct as of 19/04/2020

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