翻訳お願いします Endangered Animals in the World Let us give you one example from the Red List. It is the crested ibis, or toki in Japanese. Up until the Meiji era, we could see many ibises around this country. However, the population of ibises in Japan rapidly decreased. People hunted them for their beautiful feathers, and development destroyed their environment. It was difficult for them to survive. In 1981, five ibises were captured on Sado Island for breeding. People tried to help them live safely, but they died one by one. The last one died in 2003. However, we still had some Chinese-born ibises on the island. They were a gift from the Chinese government in the 1990s. Since then, people have been breeding these ibises. We have lost all of the original Japanese ibises, but someday ibises may fly over Japan like before.