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The Ocelot

Save The Ocelot

Ariel Kapur

on 29 October 2012

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The Ocelot ariel.kapur@education.nsw.gov.au The Ocelot is a small leopard
found in Central and Southern America. The Ocelot [leopardus
pardalis] is an endang-
ered species. The ocelot's average litter size is 2 pups. There are 10 subspecies of this kind. The weight of the ocelot is pretty big for its size. Weight: 9-14 kilos
Length: 92-144 cm [37-58'']
Height: 40-50 cm [16-20"] The ocelot is endangered because of habitat loss so that more human homes are built.This will cause pollution and will disturb the environment. Many American farmers think this is a good idea, but they
aren't thinking clearly. Many animals, including ocelots, are losing their habitat. The area is not only used for farming, but is also used for palm oil plantations. Some zoos are already trying to save this species although it is still not that critically endangered. But the rate of this species decreasing is high, and i'ts better to help now, like Naples zoo, latin America and friends of South Texas Wildlife refuges are doing so. Try and help this species yourself-you don't have to visit America, just donate online. The Ocelot already has some helpers, like the friends of South Texas wildlife refuges. Although people have least concern because they aren't so critically endangered, the number is decreasing quickly. palm oil plantations
which produce palm
oil for us, homo sapiens/
humans. = + You may see that if the rainforests were not being cut down this much, then this time would be like the real 1700s because at this time things woudln't be so advaced if we didn't cut trees to make wood, but we would still survive. So why dont you help the ocelot and the whole rainforest today? By Ariel Kapur 4/5Q Help Save the Ocelot http://prezi.com/2viva7g2uhnf/edit/#5_488599 Click to see again http://prezi.com/2viva7g2uhnf/the-ocelot/
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