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is this phrase is noun, adverb or adjectective.
1. from our planet
2. formed in 1961
3. on the endangerered list
4. slowly down the rate of extinction
5. to supprt these efforts
6. with endangerered species
7. to make changes
8. saving endangered spieces
9. for the economy

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