Future of the Environment

8 endangered species that are being reintroduced around the world

Conservation projects around the world are helping to bring back endangered and extinct wildlife species. Image: Unsplash/David Marcu

Victoria Masterson

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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The reintroduction of species like the endangered wild horses helps to boost biodiversity in nature. Image: Rewilding Europe

Vultures biodiversity loss endangered species habitat loss reintroduction
Vulture populations are now slowly increasing, because of reintroduction programmes and species protection Image: Rewilding Europe / Bogdan Boev

Brush-tailed bettong rat kangaroos biodiversity Australia endangered mammal
The brush-tailed bettong, or woylie, an endangered mammal, has been reintroduced to Australia. Image: Flickr/Arthur Chapman

Red kite endangered biodiversity extinction
Reintroducing the endangered red kites to the UK has been a huge success story. Image: Unsplash/David Adams

Wild Przewalski's horse biodiversity endangered species
An endangered wild horse species called Przewalski's horse is said to be the world’s only truly wild horse. Image: Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute
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