The 10 most endangered species in Britain

Wildlife conservation isn't just about Africa or the Amazon. These British natives are under threat, said the Independent newspaper on Thursday.
The article in the Independent newspaper, adapted from Malcolm Tait’s book “Going, Going, Gone” , lists the Scottish wildcat, the long-eared owl, the bumblebee, the marsh fritillary, the leatherback turtle, the spiny seahorse, the water vole, and the common skate as being under threat, as well as English elm trees and Britain’s ponds, which are crucial to the survival of thousands of species.