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Rays in a Philippine fishing market.  Sharks and rays reproduce slowly and populations are rapidly declining due to overfishing.

Western Central Pacific Region

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All Threatened Species for this Region
    
    Plants
    Corals
    Fishes
    Reptiles
    Birds
    Mammals
   
    Critically Endangered Species   
    Endangered Species
    Vulnerable Species

FACT SHEETS

    Hawksbill Turtle
    Leatherback Turtle
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Summary of number of threatened species in the western central Pacific region.