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    Wildlife conservation is that the practice of protecting wild species and their habitats so as to stop species from going extinct. Major threats to wildlife include habitat destruction/degradation/fragmentation, overexploitation, poaching, pollution and global climate change . The IUCN estimates that 27,000 species of those assessed are in danger for extinction. Expanding to all or any existing species, a 2019 UN report on biodiversity put this estimate even higher at 1,000,000 species. it is also being acknowledged that an increasing number of ecosystems on Earth containing species are disappearing. to deal with these issues, there are both national and international governmental efforts to preserve Earth's wildlife. Prominent conservation agreements include the 1973 Convention on International trade species of untamed Fauna and Flora (CITES) and therefore the 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). There also are numerous nongovernmental organizations (NGO's) dedicated to conservation like the character Conservancy, World Wildlife Fund, and Conservation International.

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