Transcript: A My Favorite Endangered Animals C 3 Ferret Personal or Business Koala Koalas :( 1 How to keep them alive 1. Keep them in their own home then puts some fences up 2. Stop clearing trees 3.and stop burning fossil fuels 2 Australia Koala Foundation The Australian Koala Foundation is were in Australia people create habitats for Koalas to survive https://www.savethekoala.com/about-koalas/koala-habitat 3 #Keep the Koalas The Nuts and Bolts Tortoises How to Succeed: Penguins Offices Rhinos Connect Giraffes
Transcript: by Joshua Garbuio From the 1800's the Giraffe population has been decreasing dramatically due to hunting and habitat loss Giraffes though have suffered an estimated 50 percent population decline in the past 10 years Giraffes are hunted mainly for their meat in Africa. Their meat is a delicacy. There are organizations that have been working to ban Giraffe hunting for Africa. Giraffes have also had major habitat loss though they have also created many national parks to conserve the giraffe. So, what can you do to save the giraffes ? join the cause do not buy or eat giraffe meat Give money or volunteer for the organizations that fight for giraffe's habitat and lives. Giraffe Population Graph Giraffe Born free Questions ?
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Transcript: Giraffe's By: Kelsi Valus General Information General Information Common Name: Giraffe Scientific Name: Giraffa Camelopardalis Type: Mammal Average life span in wild: 25 years Size: 14 to 19 feet Weight: 1750 to 2800 pounds Vulnerable They can run as fast as 35 miles per hour They can walk 10 miles per hour Worlds tallest mammals Giraffes can be distinguished by their: - Long necks - Long legs - It's distinctive coat patterns ~ Brown spots According to National Geographic study in 2016 - There are 4 distinct giraffe species Sadly the current trend is that population is decreasing Habitat Habitat Giraffe's living range extends from Chad in North Africa to South Africa and from Niger in the West to Somalia in the East They mostly inhabit savannahs and woodlands Diet Diet Herbivores Giraffes food source is - Leaves - Fruits - Flowers ~ Off woody pants preferably acacia species They browse for food at heights most other herbivores can't reach Fun Facts Fun Facts Giraffe's are known as the genus of mammals Giraffe's legs alone are taller than humans - About 6 feet The young fall more than 5 feet at birth onto the hard ground - These infants can stand and run 10 miles per hour half and hour after being born A giraffe's heart weighs about 25 pounds https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/g/giraffe/.
Transcript: This is the camp that Salva stayed at for 6 years The Iron Giraffe Project and Why You Should Donate What WFSS Does WFSS Is a very important foundation in South Sudan. These people build and drill wells for villages where the women and girls would have to walk for 2 hours just to get a carton full of water. The company makes it so they don't have to do this torture 2 hours there and 2 hours back, twice a day. This is what a Dinka village looks like A Long Walk To Water is a book that tells a true story about a kid named Salva who was a lost boy from South Sudan in the early 1990's. He had to abandon his family and go through many other events which eventually led to him creating the foundation, Water for South Sudan. The book also tells a fictional story about a girl in South Sudan that has to get water for her family every day, 8 hours a day. This ruins her chances of going to school until a well is built in her village and she can go to school and she doesn't have to walk anymore. A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park Founder: Salva Dut Option 2: Send cash or check(made payable to CMS)to: Concord Middle School 1231 Old Marlboro RD Concord, MA Attention: Laura Regis All donations will be pooled and Concord Public Schools will write one final donation check to WFSS WFSS What's The Problem? How to Donate: Option 1: Donate online through CMS'S WFSS Fundraising page: https://water-for-south-sudan-inc.networkforgood.com/projects/8179-laura-regis-s-fundraiser Water For South Sudan The Iron Giraffe Project Images This is Salva Dut, Founder of WFSS People in villages in South Sudan can't get clean water. The closest they get is having their daughters walk for up to 8 hours a day to get muddy water from a pond. The water can get people sick and prevents girls from going to school because they don't have enough time. WFSS can build wells for people in villages to give them clean water and help girls to go to school. Salva Dut is the founder of Water For South Sudan and was a lost boy in South Sudan. He had to originally abandon his family and went through many things like watching his uncle die in front of his eyes, and went to many refugee camps. He also had to cross the Gilo River that was infested with crocodiles and thousands of people died while crossing, but he survived. He went to a refugee camp where a couple thousand lost boys had a chance to go to America, and he was picked. Salva eventually went to create Water For South Sudan and has raised over $900K.
Transcript: Presented by kristen kemper Giraffe Anatomy digestive digestive dog digestive dog digestive TEXT the dog diestive system includes the mouth, teeth, tounge, salivary glands, esophgus, stomach, intestines, pancreas, liver and gall bladder TEXT PICTURES PICTURES giraffe digestive giraffe digestive herbivorous diet eat 65-75# of plants a day effecient at extracting all nutrients from leaves extract water from food ruminant, 4 chambered stomach reproductive reproductive females can give birth to up to 12 calves in their lifetime immediately after coitus the male leaves the female to care for the calve gestation is 13 to 15 months birth while standing the baby will fall to the ground but are not injured females can give birth to up to 12 calves in the... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdPKC4wpog0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdPKC4wpog0 integumentary integumentary skin heavily pigamented with the epidermis polygon shaped pattern no two hides are alike, just like fingerprints skin heavily pigamented with the epidermis polygon shaped patte... horns all giraffes have a pair of hair covered horns, called ossicones male horns are aoprox. 10 in long, and are used for play fighting horns all giraffes have a pair of hair covered horns, called ossicones male horns are aoprox. 10 in lo... horns horns males males skeletal skeletal vertebrae Cervical 1-7 (just like everything else) vertebrae are just longer than ours, dogs & cats neck can be 6 ft long and weigh about 600# vertebrae Cervical 1-7 (just like everything else) vertebrae are just long... vertebrae vertebrae legs each leg is about 6 feet long a foot is the size of a dinner plate, ~12 inches diameter legs each leg is about 6 feet long a foot is the size of a dinner plate, ~12 inches diameter pictures pictures circulatory circulatory heart & lungs heart & lungs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=me0d9YGbWAc start at min. 14 heart ~2 ft long ~25# needs to be able to pump blood 10 feet away from heart heart ~2 ft long ~25# needs to be able ... lungs holds 12 gallons of air if werent so large giraffe would breathe same air over and over again trachea is ~ 12 feet long lungs holds 12 gallons of air if werent so large giraffe would breathe same a...
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Transcript: By Patrick Whitaker This is a Giraffe (Obviously) Giraffes are omnivores that live in central Africa and Southern Africa Fast Facts!!!!!!!!!1!! 1: The Giraffe can eat up to 75 lbs in Acacia leaves every day! 2: Their tongue is 18" long. 3: Their heart is 2' long and weighs 25 lbs. 4: a male Giraffe can weigh 2000 lbs and can stand 16-18' high in adulthood. 5: Can gallop at 31-37 mph. 6: Their tongue is black. 7: Baby giraffes are 6 feet tall and weigh 150 lbs at birth. Giraffes don't just live in Africa, though. Like all other animals, their ecosystem varies depending on what is in it. Their habitat is limited primarily to savannas and dry, open woodland. Especially those of which contain an abundence of acacia, a small, thorny tree, which serves as the giraffe's favorite food. My Giraffe Presentation asdf For Mrs. James' Class fdsa
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