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Natasha's Niagara Escarpment Project

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cheryl manley

on 21 April 2013

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Transcript of Natasha's Niagara Escarpment Project

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT What activities can people do when they visit Niagara Escarpment? Why we should protect this natural area? 1. Finding Fossils
6.Rock Climbing
7.Swimming Some interesting facts about Niagara Escarpment? 1. Home to Cedar trees that are 1000 years old

2. The escarpment is home to more than 300 bird species, 53 mammals, 36 reptiles and amphibians, 90 fish and 37 types of wild orchids.

3. The Escarpment is 510 meters at its highest point and stretches 725 Kms from Niagara to Tobermory.

4. It has Canada's longest and oldest footpath, the Bruce trail, established in 1967. By Natasha Sanghadia What living things can you find in this natural area? 1.Reptiles
6.Exotic and rare plants
7.Wild flowers 1. To preserve our ecosystem, for example,
Keep our animal habitat safe
Save rare and endangered animals
Have more trees to reduce pollution

2. The natural environment provides life support for our urban and rural communities.

3. A well functioning natural environment provides
Clean air, water and land
Social, health and economic benefits for present and future generations Presented by Natasha Sanghadia Thank-You Niagara Escarpment
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