IUCN evaluated a total of 63,837 species, revealing that 19,817 species are endangered. 3,947 species are listed as "endangered", 5,766 are listed as "endangered", and more than 10,000 are listed as "vulnerable".
What percentage of IUCN mammalian species are under threat?
Overall, the IUCN Red List currently contains 44,838 species, of which 16,928 are endangered (38 percent). 2008
How many endangered mammals are there?
There are 679 endangered or endangered mammals. In addition, 783 species of mammals (14% of the evaluated species) are listed as data deficient. In other words, there is not enough information to fully assess conservation status.
According to IUCN, how many endangered species are there?& gt;
16,928 species of flora and fauna are known to be endangered. This could be severely underestimated, as less than 3% of the world's 1.9 million listed species are rated on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
How many species are under threat?
According to the Biodiversity Report, a million species endangered by humans.