By James O’BrienThe baby racCoons are an endangered species.
But, there are signs that they could be in danger as the population in Canada is expected to plummet in the coming years due to climate change and habitat loss.
Baby raccovers are an indigenous species and their habitat is dwindling due to human development, but now the baby racCOons could be at risk from climate change as a result of climate change.
Raccoons are found throughout Canada, but the species has declined to only about 25 per cent of its pre-human population.
In the early 1900s, the population was around 30 per cent.
Now, it’s estimated that it’s about 10 per cent, according to a new report published in Nature Climate Change.
“There are no records of them ever going extinct,” said co-author, Jason St-Pierre of the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
They are considered an endangered animal and the extinction of the baby-raccoon family is very worrying,” said Dr St-Joe.
He said that the species is at risk of extinction due to a lack of suitable habitat, habitat degradation and a lack-of-economic opportunity for its native population.”
We don’t have the right climate for them to survive, but we do have a lot of habitat that’s already gone,” Dr St -Pierre said.
Researchers say the baby, which have been seen in Alberta, are also the only known species in North America to be found in the same range of Canada as the racCoos, meaning there is no place they can go and reproduce, which is a threat for the raccoCoons.”
This is one of the few species that are going extinct in North American,” Dr Dr St Pierre said.”
There’s no place in the world where you can keep them and they can’t breed and they’re going to die.
“The baby-racecoons have become an endangered population due to habitat loss and climate change, but scientists are worried about the racCOs future.
This species is in a state of decline because of habitat loss, habitat fragmentation, climate change impacts, habitat loss due to logging and a decline in the population.
Dr St Pierre told ABC Radio’s Radio National that the baby roCoons will continue to be hunted and killed for their pelts, which are used to make medicines, and that people have to be aware of how much meat they’re getting.”
They’re a food source for humans and the fact that we’re killing these little racco Coons for food is actually putting the lives of raccoCOs at risk,” Dr S said.
Dr S said that when the baby racecoons get older they’ll become more vulnerable to climate changes.”
These racco COons are actually quite old, they’re actually quite vulnerable, they can survive a little longer if they’re not killed,” he said.
The baby roCoo’s decline is expected over the next few decades, Dr St Joseph said.
While there are few signs that the raccoon population is declining, the baby’s habitat will shrink as climate change worsens and more trees die.”
If we’re not careful, they’ll be gone before we can start thinking about conservation,” Dr G said.