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Range: The area naturally occupied by a species. Recovery: The process of stopping or reversing the decline of an endangered or threatened species to ensure the species’ long-term survival in the wild. Reintroduction: The act of placing members of a species in their original habitat. Reserve: An area of land set aside for the use or protection of a species or group of species. Rhizomatous plant: A plant having an underground horizontal stem that puts out shoots above ground and roots below. S Savanna: A flat, treeless tropical or subtropical grassland.
The short–tailed albatross became endangered due to hunters looking to collect its feathers. Habitat and current distribution The short–tailed albatross mates and nests only on the volcanic island of Torishima, one of the Izu Islands south of Tokyo, Japan. The bird’s guano (excrement) enriches the volcanic soil of Torishima, which in turns helps the growth of the tall grass clumps used as nesting sites. In the late 1940s, biologists (people who study living organisms) estimated that there were fewer than 50 adult short–tailed albatrosses.
Rather, it ensures that all federal agencies check with the USFWS about any activities they authorize in the area. On April 9, 2003, the USFWS designated 272 acres (110 hectares) in southern Kauai as critical habitat. One year earlier, the agency had proposed that 4,193 acres (1,698 hectares) should be designated as critical habitat, but changed the proposal because it would have been very costly to private landowners in Hawaii. 268 Endangered Species, 2nd Edition SPIDER, TOOTH CAVE Neoleptoneta myopica Arthropoda Arachnida ORDER: Araneae FAMILY: Leptonetidae STATUS: Data deficient, IUCN Endangered, ESA RANGE: USA (Texas) PHYLUM: CLASS: Spider, Tooth Cave Neoleptoneta myopica Description and biology The Tooth Cave spider is a very small, slender spider species.