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- For other uses, see Hunting (disambiguation). "Hunter" redirects here. For other uses, see Hunter (disambiguation). Hunting is the...
- young. Local po****tions are vulnerable to the disturbance of caves and overhunting." K. Helgen; A. Allison; F. Bonaccorso & S. Hamilton (2008). "Dobsonia...
- Anas. It is endemic to the Philippines. As few as 5,000 may remain. Overhunting and habitat loss has contributed to its decline. It has a black crown...
- arrival of the Māori, and was thought to have become extinct due to overhunting by the Māori, and loss of natural habitat. Hakawai Rodgers, Paul...
- beach or volcanic soils. Due to ongoing habitat loss, limited range and overhunting in some areas, the Moluccan megapode is evaluated as Vulnerable on the...
- discovered the bird in 1882. Due to ongoing habitat loss, limited range and overhunting in some areas, the Goldie's bird-of-paradise is evaluated as Vulnerable...
- the region. Wildlife is threatened by overgrazing by cattle, and by overhunting by local tribes with firearms. Within it, Boma National Park (2,280,000...
- well and recreates a flock of them eating fruit and snails, however, overhunting and competition with pigs, macaques, rats, and dogs finally destro****...
- about 60 cm. It probably became extinct around 1874, possibly due to overhunting. It is known from two specimens, one of which is in the Natural History...
- six white eggs. Due to ongoing habitat loss, small po****tion size and overhunting in some areas, the black partridge is evaluated as Vulnerable on the...