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Cook Islands

, contains some 60% of the remaining global wild population. Ironically, the reason for the Rimitara Lorikeet thriving on Teraina is the replacement of native forest with coconut plantations; these birds feed mainly on the nectar of Coconut Palm flowers and nest in old coconut shells or husks . * '''New Zealand''' - Phil Goff (1999-2005) ** '''Cook Islands''' - Robert Woonton (1999


Oman

. It was reintroduced in 1982 in Oman, but poaching has reduced their numbers there. One of the largest populations of Arabian Oryx exists on Sir Bani Yas Island in the United Arab Emirates. Additional populations have been reintroduced in Qatar, Bahrain, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. As of 2011 the total wild population is over 1000, and 6000–7000 are being held in captivity. In 2011 the IUCN downgraded its threat category from Extinct

nubiana''). The wild population is estimated at 1,200 individuals. Rukn al-Daula's struggles in northern Persia against various enemies caused Mu'izz al-Daula to send military aid for several years. This, combined with continually having to deal with the Hamdanids, prevented Mu'izz al-Daula from expanding the borders of his state for several years. Despite this, he managed to annex Oman with military support from 'Adud al-Daula, and shortly afterwards undertook a campaign against


Vanuatu

0866226346 oclc doi accessdate The current wild population is less than 10,000 individuals in 29 distinct subpopulations. Fiji banded iguanas inhabit most of the undisturbed habitats on these islands, from high cloud forests to low-lying coastal swamps. left thumb Male, ''Hypolimnas bolina nerina'', Cairns (File:Common Eggfly 1, Cairns.jpg), Queensland, Australia ''H. bolina'' is found


Eritrea

Region of Ethiopia, and possibly still in Somalia. The legs of the Somali wild ass are horizontally striped with black, resembling those of a zebra. A few hundred animals live in Ethiopia as well as in Eritrea. There might be still some in Somalia. Wars and food competition with domesticated animals and the local human population, as well as decreasing food and water sources diminished wild population – extremely in the past few years. ref name "


Chad

is now listed as possibly Extinct in the Wild. However, there are unconfirmed reports of surviving populations in central Niger and Chad, and a semi-wild population currently inhabiting a fenced nature reserve in Tunisia is being expanded for reintroduction to the wild in that country. "Reviving a Breed", iht.com, January 2007, web: iht7. ref>


Niger

as possibly Extinct in the Wild. However, there are unconfirmed reports of surviving populations in central Niger and Chad, and a semi-wild population currently inhabiting a fenced nature reserve in Tunisia is being expanded for reintroduction to the wild in that country. "Reviving a Breed", iht.com, January 2007, web: iht7. Several thousand


Democratic Republic of the Congo

World Heritage Site in 1980. Garamba is (or at least was) the home to the world's last known wild population of Northern White Rhinoceros. Due to poaching of the rhinos within the park, it was added to the list of World Heritage in Danger in 1996. The park is also well known for its African elephant domestication programme started in the 1960s, which managed to train tourist-rideable animals from the naturally wild beasts. Early reports indicated that the heaviest damage


Bahrain

on Sir Bani Yas Island in the United Arab Emirates. Additional populations have been reintroduced in Qatar, Bahrain, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. As of 2011 the total wild population is over 1000, and 6000–7000 are being held in captivity. In 2011 the IUCN downgraded its threat category from Extinct in the Wild to Vulnerable (Vulnerable species), the first species to have come back from Extinct in the Wild to Vulnerable status. ref name


Qatar

, Bahrain, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. As of 2011 the total wild population is over 1000, and 6000–7000 are being held in captivity. In 2011 the IUCN downgraded its threat category from Extinct in the Wild to Vulnerable (Vulnerable species), the first species to have come back from Extinct in the Wild to Vulnerable status. Bailey, T., O'Donovan, D., Lloyd. C., and Bailey, T. (2011). ''Editoral.'' http


Saudi Arabia

), the smallest species, became extinct in the wild in 1972 from the Arabian Peninsula. It was reintroduced in 1982 in Oman, but poaching has reduced their numbers there. One of the largest populations of Arabian Oryx exists on Sir Bani Yas Island in the United Arab Emirates. Additional populations have been reintroduced in Qatar, Bahrain, Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. As of 2011 the total wild population is over 1000, and 6000–7000 are being

''). The wild population is estimated at 1,200 individuals. '''Abdul Salam Gaithan Mureef Al-Shehri''' is a citizen of Saudi Arabia who was held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba.


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