Marine Life
IUCN Listing Categories
Habitats
Animal grab bag
Causes
100

There are only 75 individuals of this sub species left

What is resident killer whales?

100

When no living members of the species exist

What is exinct?

100

The Oregon spotted frog requires this type of habitat

What is wetland?

100

world's largest sea turtle

What is leatherback sea turtle?

100

The introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change

What is pollution?

200

The largest animal in existence 

What is the blue whale?

200

In danger of extinction

What is endangered?

200

The spotted owl lives here

What is old growth forests?

200

medium-sized turtle, dark brown or olive above without dark reticulations or streaking and a yellowish plastron (underside), sometimes with dark blotches in the centers of the scutes

What is western pond turtle?

200

Transformation of natural environments into sites for human activities

What is habitat destruction?

300

large baleen whales that usually occur alone or in groups of two to seven individuals

What is fin whale?

300

A species that has widespread and abundant population

What is least concern?

300

The pygmy rabbit requires this habitat in Eastern Washington

What is sagebrush?

300

Small seabird that nests in old growth forests

What is marbled murrelet?

300

Plant or animals brought into a habitat where it did not exist previously

What is introduced species?

400

This state candidate mollusc species is at risk from ocean acidification

What is Olympia oyster?

400

Known only to survive in captivity, or as a naturalized population outside its historic range

What is extinct in the wild?

400

Several subspecies of pocket gopher require this habitat in the south sound area

What is prairie?

400

North American felid that ranges in forest and tundra regions

What is lynx?

400

The human use of a plant or animal at a rate faster than the species can reproduce

What is overexploitation?

500

largest of the toothed whales

What is sperm whale?

500

Extremely high risk of extinction in the wild

What is critically endangered

500

Sea otters are a keystone species here

What is rocky marine habitats and kelp beds?

500

 one of the largest living terrestrial members of the order Carnivora

What is grizzly or brown bear?

500

a change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels.

What is climate change?

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