The alpine wetland is unique from other ecosystems in that it is home to many regionally endemic animals. As a result, the species you'll in one alpine wetland will be different from that located in another region. For instance, in an Australian alpine wetland, you'll find mountain galaxias and Corroboree frogs. In Pakistan, you'll find bearded vultures or golden marmots. Due to the limited range of these species, they are prone to extinction. In fact, many animals in alpine wetlands are already considered endangered, such as the Corroboree frog.
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