Demographically, though, he has become an endangered species.
"We were a party that on the covers of magazines around this country were called an endangered species," he said.
Which brings us to our second question: Why is the Romantic Comedy becoming such an endangered species?
In a new Republican administration, the EPA might well become an endangered species.
Now the endangered species Act (which passed the House 355-4 in 1973) enshrines a national commitment to biodiversity.
I wonder if we declared them an endangered species too soon?
Today, Democratic senators in regions that depend on fossil fuels are becoming an endangered species.
But in recent years, teenagers have become an endangered species.
The wolf: the ecology and behavior of an endangered species.
The endangered species Act of 1973 added federal protection in 1974.
|endangered species |
A plant or animal species existing in such small numbers that it is in danger of becoming extinct, especially such a species placed in jeopardy as a result of human activity. One of the principal factors in the endangerment or extinction of a species is the destruction or pollution of its native habitat. Other factors include overhunting, intentional extermination, and the accidental or intentional introduction of alien species that outcompete the native species for environmental resources.