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In a country that has been impacted by unrest and political instability, with much of its natural habitats destroyed due to social and human interference, Lebanon conservation plays a vital role in protecting the country’s remaining habitats and aiming to address the environmental issues that face the country as a whole. There are many conservation groups and initiatives in place to try and address the issues faced by Lebanon, focusing on the conservation and protection of plant, bird, marine and wildlife species in the country.
With many preservation Lebanon initiatives in place, the key focus is to prevent species from full extinction by preserving and protecting endangered plant and animal species in Lebanon. Some of the species that face endangerment include the famous Lebanese cedar, as well as Mediterranean monk seal, Nubian ibex, Eurasian otter, wild goat, long-fingered, lesser horseshoe and Mediterranean horseshoe Bats and Geoffroy's bat.