According to IUCN Red List, during the last two decades, the maximum increase in the number of threatened species is among
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According to IUCN Red List, during the last two decades, the maximum increase in the number of threatened species is among

A

Mammals

B

Amphibians

C

Reptiles

D

Birds

Answer

According to the IUCN Red List, during the last two decades, the maximum increase in the number of threatened species is among amphibiansĀ as some groups likeĀ amphibians appear to be more vulnerable to extinction.Ā More than 15,500 speciesĀ worldwide are facing the threat of extinction. Presently, 12 percent ofĀ all bird species, 23 percent of all mammal species, 32 percent of allĀ amphibian species and 31per cent of all gymnosperm species in the worldĀ face the threat of extinction.
So, the correct answer is 'Amphibians'.

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