According to a new assessment the "Red List" (which tells which animals are headed toward extinction) is not correct. The assessment concludes that because it does not take into account the full threat posed by humans it does not reflect all threats to species. Researchers Alexander Harcourt and Sean Parks from the University of California have found that after reassessing two hundred primate species from the 1996 "Red List" seventeen species which were said to be low risk should now be reassigned as high priority and two species said to be high priority are now at a lower level of threat.…
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