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Transcript of Endangered Animals
Animals That Are Endangered
Animals That Need Our Help
There are many endangered animals. Here are some animals that are endangered.
There are many Endangered Animals.
Many animals are endangered , but I’m only going to tell you a few. The ones I’m going to tell about are African Elephants and Asian Tigers. We have wiped out their hunting grounds. If we don’t stop many animals will die. It is very important that we should stop because if one animal dies soon they would all die.
These are very special animals.
About the African Elephant
World Wildlife Fund estimates that, as of 2012, the population for African elephants was
between 470,000 and 690,000. It seems like a lot but it really isn’t. The African elephants live in Africa with a lot of other animals. Mother elephants are pregnant for almost two years! It takes that long so, the elephant calf can develop to be born.
A Terrible Disaster
Elephant Population – http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/endangered_species/elephants/african_elephants
Terrible Disaster - http://news.discovery.com
www.youtube.com Endangered Animalshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P0vEH1sWm8
Poachers have devised a sinister and cowardly way of killing African elephants. They are poisoning them with cyanide.
At least 100 African elephants have been poisoned in recent days. That’s from just one place in Zimbabwe, Hwange National Park.
About the South Asian Tiger
New laws in Thailand about Asian Tigers
Thailand has made the possession and killing tigers a criminal offense, which can lead to prison sentence as long as five years.
News in Thailand-
Population for Asian tigers-
Population For Asian Tigers
Tiger numbers are at the lowest it has ever been. The World Wildlife Fund announced in July,2010 that the wild Asian Tiger population has now fallen as low as 3,200, down from estimated 100,000 in 1900. The big cat, which is native to southern and eastern Asia, could soon be extinct.
Careers for Endangered animals
Wildlife and field Biologist
Habitat Management Officer
Wildlife Conversation Officer
Natural Resource Manager
Broadway ,New York
Burgel , Paul Hermann And Hartwig, Manfred.
Minneapolis , MN
Carolrhoda Books, Inc.
Careers-http:// answers. yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090210
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The Lion, the Penguin, and the Bald Eagle are not on the top ten list.