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Trends of European amphibians, reptiles and mammals

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Population trends of European amphibians, reptiles and mammals.

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  • Fifty-nine per cent of amphibians have declining populations: 36 % are stable and only 2 % are increasing.
  • Some 42 % of reptile species are declining and only 3 % are increasing.
  • Twenty-seven per cent of European mammals have declining populations: 32 % are stable; 33 % are of unknown population trend; and only 8 % of species populations are increasing.
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