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In Photos: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife

Bighorn Sheep

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 18, 1998. Range: California.

Black-footed Ferret

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 11, 1967. It is currently designated as endangered across its range, except where listed as an experimental population. Range: Arizona, Colorado, Montana, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming; Chihuahua, and Mexico.

Canada Lynx

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 24, 2000 in the United States. Range: Colorado, Idaho, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming.

Florida Panther

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 11, 1967. Range: Florida.

Grizzly Bear

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 11, 1967. It is currently designated as threatened in the United States (lower 48 only), except where listed as an experimental population. Range: Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming.

Hawaiian Monk Seal

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on November 23, 1976. Range: Hawaii.

Humpback Whale

(Image credit: Joseph Mobely – NMFS)

First listed on June 2, 1970. Range: Alaska, Alabama, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington.

Jaguar

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 28, 1972. Range: Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Mexico, Central and South America.

Key Deer

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 11, 1967. Range: Florida.

Mariana Fruit Bat

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

The Mariana fruit Bat (a.k.a. Mariana flying fox) is currently designated as threatened. Range: Guam, Northern Mariana Islands.

Red Wolf

(Image credit: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service)

First listed on March 11, 1967. Range: Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina; Presumed extinct in wild except experimental populations in North Carolina and Tennessee.