Green Humphead Parrotfish picture used with permission


The Green Humphead Parrotfish is listed as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List (Encyclopedia of Life 2009). You can view more on this topic on the Interactions page. There are no laws in place to specifically portect the humphead parrotfish, but some areas have limits on night spear fishing as well as spear fishing with compresses air, such as CO2 tanks (Arkive 2008). There are also Marine Protected Areas, where fishing is not permitted to protect the marine organisms in that area (Arkive 2008).
Some other endangered or threatened animals that may be on the red list currently or were on it include the Spinner Dolphin, Polar Bear, Red Kangaroo, Siberian Tiger and many more.

For more information about the endangerment and conservation of the Green Humphead Parrtofish visit the IUCN Red List website. You can also view more endangered animals and give support on the WWF website, where theie company is the world's leading conservation organization and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to over 5 million over the world.

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