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More animals are getting legal protection, but it's not all good news

Over the past several weeks, officials worldwide have signed new protections for dozens of animal species. That sounds like good news, and it is. But it also indicates a bigger, and badder, trend. In late September, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service added dozens of new animals to the endangered list, which gives federal protection to threatened species. The addition included several types of bees, the only venomous snake in the state of Michigan and 49 different animal species in Hawaii.
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