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Ebase for the natural logarithm; approximately 2.71828
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EEminem (rapper)
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EFailing Grade (used instead of or in addition to F)
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EEuropean Route (European interstate)
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EYoung's Modulus (of elasticity)
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ETocopherol Acetate (vitamin)
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EEnron Corp.
EErlang (telephone traffic analysis)
EEnlisted Man
EEpinephrine (adrenaline)
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EEmissivity
EExponentiation
EEthambutol
EElectronic/Electronics (US military aircraft designation; as in E-3A)
EEpoxy Coated Rebar (also seen as ECR)
EEstimated Sign (European packaging)
EFederal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Virginia (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
EHave Directed Traffic (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
ETotal probable error
ESpecial Electronic Installation (US Military aerospace mission designation)
EEsophoria at Distance
EUndenominated United States Stamp (25 cents, introduced 3 Apr 1988)
EElectronic Night Bombing Installation (US Navy)
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The second species of birds also belonged to the Hornbill species and were identified as the Helmeted Hornbill (Rhinoplax vigil), listed as critically endangered in the IUCN Red List as a result of extensive poaching for their solid casques.
'Rest assured that under Secretary Roy Cimatu's watch, the Department will always be on the guard in curtailing wildlife trading as we are committed to safeguard wildlife species, both flora and fauna, most especially if these species are considered critically-endangered or endangered,' Tawantawan said.
THERE ARE MANY WAYS to introduce the contest: "My students learned about endangered animals and then researched the animals they wanted to draw," said Lori Katz.
'However, just as palm oil has led to the destruction of the habitat of endangered wildlife such as orangutans, campaigners are concerned the shift towards durian will prove equally destructive to the endangered tiger population.'
The Act protects those species by protecting their habitats and keeping them listed as endangered until their population is stable.
Mere possession of an endangered animal would be punishable with a maximum of four years of imprisonment and a P300,000 fine under the Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act.
Smaller endangered species close to home get barely a nod.
The tigers and many other species in the region are now endangered.
Critically endangered species include the Siberian crane, the white-rumped vulture, the long-billed vulture, the red-headed vulture and the hawksbill turtle.
The zoo contributes in providing data and periodic updates about endangered species to the coordinators of books on reproduction and global breeding programmes as part of its contribution to the global conservation and breeding efforts of endangered species in zoos.
The rusty patched bumblebee was originally set to be designated as endangered on Feb.