Reptiles face risk of extinction

BBC: Almost a fifth of the world's reptile species are at risk of extinction, according to scientists. Research led by the Zoological Society of London found that the future of 19% of the world's reptiles are threatened. Conservation experts also confirmed that 47% are vulnerable and highlighted the possible extinction of three species. The figures are based on a random sample of 1,500 of the world's reptile species. "It's essentially an election poll set up - using this sample to give an......

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