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    1. The IUCN red list tells us how close to extinction species are," Craig Hilton Taylor, head Red List Unit of the Global Species Programme at the IUCN, told Business Insider.
    2. It is a fairly coarse measure [but] we have a set of quantitative criteria that we try to rank species under, and if a species moves into one of the threatened categories - vulnerable, endangered, or critically endangered
    3. Then we know that a species either has a high, very high, or an extremely high risk of going extinct in the wild unless we do something about it.
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