A report commissioned by Birdlife International. Hanski states that many species of animals, birds, insects, plants and fungi risk extinction due to loss of their natural habitat. Certain species can still be found in certain sites but their populations are too small and the habitats too fragmented for them to survive in the long run. This is called extinction debt. Read more in "How Much, How To?" (Birdlife 2004).

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