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Endangered Animals

There are many endangered animals. We should protect all endangered species !!! DO AS MUCH AS YOU CAN TO HELP THE ANIMALS IN NEED !!

Carolina Velgara

on 6 February 2015

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Endangered species

The most endangered specie is the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker. There has only been 1 Ivory-Billed Woodpecker caught on camera.
Why are they killing them?
They are killing them for: tusks, fur accessories and meat.
Endangered animals are being killed by hunters , and just by random people who like to kill wild animals . Most animals are killed for their tusks , fur , and for their claws . The reason why most people kill the animals is to make clothing , and for their meat .
State with least endangered species
State with most endangered species
The state with the most endangered species is Hawaii. Hawaii has 430 endangered species.
Who is killing them
A 19 year old Texas cheerleader
(Kendall Jones)
has killed animals and posted the pictures on Facebook .
The place with the least endangered species is District of Columbia. District of Columbia has 7 endangered species.
Lifespan: 21 years
Height: 64 – 78 cm
They live in temperate forests of Far Eastern Russia. They are endangered because of hunting, fires and habitat loss. We need to make people aware of the situation.Don't buy their fur.
Polar Bear
The polar bear is a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle.
They live in the Arctic Circle which surrounding seas and surrounding land masses. Polar bears are in serious danger of going extinct due to global warming. To save polar bears we must take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Where Do Pandas Live ?
And How are Their Habitats
Being Destroyed ?
Habitat loss of species
Habitat destruction is when animals loose their home because people destroy it. Animals are losing their homes because of the growing needs of humans. They use animal habitat for stores, houses, or other things. Animals are endangered because their homes are being destroyed. There is a law saying that people can't destroy animal habitat but people still destroy animals habitat behind their back.
Pandas live in bamboo forests on upper mountain slopes of western and southwestern China. Their habitats are being destroyed by farmers cutting down the bamboo for farmland.

This habitat was burned down by humans so
they could build something there .
This is a Ivory-Billed Woodpecker .
Picture of some endangered animals .
A picture of endangered animals in Hawaii .
Clothing .
Fur .
Meat .
Kendall with a lion that she killed .
Panda's habitat is being cleared out for:
fuel wood for heating and cooking,
infrastructure for a growing population,
hydropower development.
This is a picture of a destroyed pandas habitat .
Panda's bamboo is being cut down and either goes to the store or is just thrown away.
Pandas are found in mixed deciduous and evergreen mountain temperate forests. In these forests are bamboo and rhododendron plants, which grow in altitudes between 3,000 and 10,000 feet. Pandas naturally live in the grassy lands of China, staying in rocky places and in hollowed out trees. In the winter, the panda finds shelter in bamboo thickets; they also eat the bamboo. When warmer summer weather arrives, the pandas move up higher into the cold mountains .
This is bamboo that has been cut down .
This is a baby panda .
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