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Endangered Species

Endangered Species and what we can do to help them recover.

Sammantha Pagels

on 24 May 2010

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Double click anywhere & add an idea Endangered Species Facts In the United States, 735 species of plants and 496 species of animals are listed as endangered or threatend! 266 of these species have recovery plans currently under devlopment! There are more than 1,000 species of animals endangered worldwide! It is also thought that the humans have also killed the Dire Wolf, Saber-toothed cat, Giant Sloth, and Mastadons! Photo's Of Some Endangered Animals African Wild Dog Polar Bear Jaguar How We Can Help We can do fund raisers for the animals and then send it to Organizations to help out We can give out information to people around the area and tell them about Endangered Species and what they can do to help What is an Endangered Species? An Endangered Species is a species that is in risk of becoming extinct. Would You Want To Live In A World Without Animals Or Plants? Quote Each species on our planet plays a role in the healthy functioning of natrual ecosystems on which humans depend. We can help by creating national parks and protecting the animals and plants that live there. Conclusion Our conclusion is that animals are a part of nature and we should help try and protect them so that we can keep the nature and the animals that live in it. American Bison
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