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The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) recently categorised the Red Sanders (or Red Sandalwood) again into the ‘endangered’ category in its Red List.
Why was the species categorised in endangered list?
The Red Sanders species has been experiencing a decline in population by 50-80 percent, for last three generations. Thus, it was again added to Endangered category.
Red Sanders is listed under Appendix II of CITES. As a result, it is banned from international trade. The harvest of the tree is also restricted across states, but illegal trade is there in practice.
IUCN red list
The Red List is maintained by IUCN. It is a list of flora and fauna species and categorises them on the basis of their conservation status. The status include:
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