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Transcript: $2,373.54 U.S. dollars or 21,066.83 Egyptian Pound Sources The Trip To Cairo, Egypt We are going to be staying in a luxury home in the city of Cairo, Egypt. What are we using to travel? What type of housing are we staying in? What clothes do you need to pack? What type of transportation will you use once you arrive? You can travel by foot, a car, a bike, or a bus. The bus fair is 1 Egyptian Pound (0.11 cents). The housing that the locals (Cairenes) live in are apartments, hotels, huts, and smaller homes. Only the wealthy can afford to live in free-standing houses because space is difficult to find. Men and women usually live at home with their parents until they get married. Traditionally, extended families lived together, however, with the new situation in Cairo - as houses were abandoned in favor of apartments - the traditional family has given way to the nuclear family. We will need a map, water, clothes, money, and sunscreen. What supplies will we need? How much will your trip cost you in U.S. dollars and local currency? What diseases are prevalent? African Safari The prevalent diseases in Cairo, Egypt are : Travelers' diarrhea, cholera, E-coli diarrhea, and hepatitis A/B. What is the wildlife found in Cairo, Egypt? Muslim and Christianity. The native wildlife are ducks, geese, camels, sheep, armadillo, and tortoises, donkey, pigs, cheetah, goats, snakes, dogs, and llamas. What is the climate in Cairo, Egypt? Petroleum, natural gas, iron ore, phosphates, manganese, limestone, gypsum, talc, asbestos, lead, zinc and water. We will eat Pita Bread, Onions, Fried liver, Stuffed Pigeon, Rice, Green Vegetables and Beans. We will call an UBER, go to the airport, get on a plane, and fly to Cairo, Egypt. The climate in Cairo, Egypt is mainly warm or hot during the day but cool/cold at night time. Cairo undergoes very hot summers with average temperatures of 95 degrees. What are the prominent religions in the area you are traveling to? What natural resources will be encountered. What type of housing do the locals live in? What kinds of food will we eat? Hot weather: T-shirts, Tank Tops, Hats, Shorts, Shoes Cold weather: Jackets, Pants, Gloves, Scarfs, Boots, Long socks, and a Fur hat

African safari

Transcript: by Sydney, Jesus, Amanda Africa savanna Tigers are the only big cats that like water African savanna Sources speed 35mph weight 440-990 pounds African savannas get 30 inches of rain a year in summer Soil Speed 60 mph weight 45-60 pounds zebras run in zigzags when being chased gum tree zebras ears show their mood When running cheetahs only run on 1 leg zebras are black with white stripes. Cheetah The soil found on the savanna stays very porous, allowing for fast water drainage during the rainy season. The plants get most of their nutrients from a thin layer of humus made up of partially decomposed plant or animal matter. Bermuda Grass In the summer african savannahs get to 78F-86F in spring and fall it gets to 68F-78F Tiger The most common wind speed is 12 miles per hour Cheetahs can spot prey from 500 feet away Several species of trees have adapted to the savanna. The tree produces small leaves during the wet season that keep water loss to a minimum when the dry season occurs. The tree stores large amounts of water in its large trunk to help it survive the long dry spell. Plants The tiger is the biggest wild cat. Acadia - tree Zebra If a tiger loses one big tooth they have no choice but to die. The spots on cheetahs backs are on their skin not their fur When fire hits the savanna good-the fire burns the grass and makes the green plants come up bad-the fire could kill the young anamals Tigers have been known to reach speeds up to 40 mph. Less than 10% of hunts end successfully for tigers

African Safari

Transcript: black backed jackal 95% rhinos have been killed poaching wars ended in 2007 black and white rhinos largest land animal 100,000 muscles in trunk enjoy water to keep cool 300 lb of food each day 22 month pregnancy humans kill for ivory How Others Can Help Poaching for Medicine live to 14 live in large groups stand on two feet lookouts for predators dig tunnels to live in volunteer hands on at the Rhino Sanctuary in Kenya Gain experience in the field, working with rhinos donating online at the Save the Rhino website creating fundraising events feed on grasses trampled by zebras consume grass, seeds, herbs, shrubs remain in the open during the day, needing a close water source some predators include cheetahs, african hunting dogs Civil War + Black Rhinos found near vegetation White Rhinos found near water holes in savannah land used for houses agricultural production logging founded by Douglas Adams and Michale Werikhe in 1992 help to prevent poaching of rhinos in Africa funds go to Rhino Conservations Began early 20th Century First National Park created in 1925 Well protected until the Civil War Gorillas captured in snares, eaten for meat and sold as souvenirs An American Zoologist, created the movie 'Gorillas in the Midst' Known for first effort to help save the gorillas Started gaurding the forest in 1963 Murdered by poachers in 1985 Mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary 5 different species selective feeders consume grass, fish, berries, etc travel in groups of approximately 50 individuals lick dew out of fur for hydration humans are considered #1 predator ground rhino horn to cure illness been around for thousands of years mainly black rhino horns tradition affectionate and gentle only agressive to humans if threatened estimated 600 still living none held in captivity golden jackal prevent poaching by use of fences, patrol and educating locals poachers hunt in areas with weak political system examples: Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe and Nepal hunt anteplope, zebra, gazelle, etc stalk their prey before pouncing fur makes good camouflaue sink teeth into prey's throat black rhino Political Conflict Who is Dian Fossey? Habitat Loss Rattner, R.. "Coral Reefs: Beneath the Surface and In Deep Water." National zoological park. Smithsonian Institution, 2001. Web. 21 Mar 2012. <>. . "Facts and Pictures." National Geographic. National Geographic, 2011. Web. 21 Mar 2012. <>. . "African Lions ." What African Lions Eat. Suite101, n.d. Web. 21 Mar 2012. <>. Predator Conservation, Cheetah. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Mar 2012. <>. Gell , Andrew, . "Save the Rhino ." Save the Rhino . N.p., 2010. Web. 21 Mar 2012. <> Bagheera, Mountain gorillas: An endangered species. N.p., 2011. Web. 21 Mar 2012. <>. increase rhino population in certain countries enhance integrity of ecosystems benefit local communities with rhino conservations activities Poaching for Jambiya 3 species eat antelope, berries, reptiles, etc live independently, in pairs or loose packs as a family certain call for when their prey has been killed eagles are the biggest threat to new borns Goals lost land to agriculture human settlements cutting wood illegally from park OVER Why are Rhinos endangered? Bibliography Mountain Gorilla = How they Help founded by Fossey 1978 Goals donations adopting gorillas fundraising side striped jackal Oppertunities for Others to Help Save the Rhino International tallest animal easy access to food 18 inch tongue 75 lb food each day live in open herds 50% calves eaten by lions Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International fundraise for conservations raise awareness donate to rhino sanctuaries in Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa Started in Rwanda in 1990 Few gorillas killed during war War ended tourism, which ended the needed money Gaurds and Researches were forced to leave the park Need stable government to help keep the park efficient and safe white rhino Why are Mountain Gorillas Endangered? Zimbabwe, Africa RHINOCEROS Habitat Loss 3,720 km of safe land for Black Rhinos Attracts visitors, protects rhinos, restore habitat and breeds rhinos Rafiki Wa Faru (Educational Program) allowing local children to learn and connect with their environment, through the National Park adaptable grazer lips and teeth used to rip out grass little nutrition in grass 92% of diet contains grass preyed on by lions and hyenas jambiya is an Arabic knife rhinos killed and sent to Yemen rhino horned jambiyas considered "rolex" or "porsche" version • Protect gorillas in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park •tracking and anti-poaching patrols •science research by the Karisoke™ Research Center. Karisoke’s gorilla studies have produced one of the longest-running studies of any primate

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