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Sunday, September 9, 2012
Japanese River Otter Declared Extinct
After 30 years of not seeing the japanese river otter, scientists have declared it extinct. But, in 1999, scientists found droppings from the otter, and they believe that there might be hope for the otter. If it is still alive, than it is in deep hiding. Some scientists have given up searching for it, but many haven't, so the search still continues.
Related news:A subspecies of the asian black bear, (also known as the moon bear) and the horseshoe bat have been declared extinct.