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|Title||NIBR Announced “A total of 47,003 species are indigenous to Korea”|
NIBR Announced “A total of 47,003 species are indigenous to Korea”
NIBR plans to release the national list at the end of June and December each year to support government policy, bioindustry and scientific research.
“The National List of Indigenous Species of the Korea is growing in importance, given that ‘the Korean ABS Law (tentative name)’ was enacted,” NIBR president Woonsuk Baek said. “While we have accomplished a lot, we still have far to go to find more species waiting to be discovered in Korea.” It is estimated that there are 100,000 species in total that inhabit the Korean peninsula.
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