Endangered species

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Endangered species are a species that is threatened with extinction either by excessive hunting or habitat destruction. Allowing private owners to sell animals for food or tourism saved the rhino and the elephant in Africa, and the bison in America.[1] Long-term investment is encouraged by the existence of a stable and favorable regulatory environment in which the investment is not constantly in danger of being confiscated. Thus, investment in private animal habitats is discouraged by government regulations banning the private possession of endangered species.