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What species of animals are listed as endangered in Kansas?

According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, there are eight animal species listed as endangered in Kansas. They are the gray bat, Indiana bat, whooping crane, Eskimo curlew, Topeka shiner, pallid sturgeon, interior least tern and black-capped vireo.

The service lists four other animal species and two plant species as threatened.

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