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Endangered/Invasive Species

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Megan Fitch

on 21 January 2016

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Transcript of Endangered/Invasive Species

Endangered/Invasive Species
Diet
Snow leopards are omnivores. They can eat Blue Sheep, Ibex (a large goat), Argali (a sheep), grass, and twigs.
White Spotted Jellyfish
Snow Leopard
Snow leopards live in the mountains in Central Asia
Reasons they're endangered
1. Poaching and trafficking
2. Habitat Destruction

Solutions
1. Bringing them into the zoo and helping them reproduce
2. Reestablish their habitats
3. Quit poaching
Snow leopards have fur which help them blend in with their surroundings. They roam over a large area in the mountains and will sometime find in in rocky dens that are lined with fur.
Habitat
Damage Done
The White Spotted Jellyfish consume plankton which takes food away from other fish. They also consume eggs and larvae of important which infringes on their reproduction.
Solutions
There have been no attempts to control the populations. Fishing could help reduce it but it's not effective enough or efficient enough to completely control it.
Temperate Forest
Human Impact
Humans are destroying forests due to deforestation and trees are not able to grow back fast enough to make up for the ones getting cut down.
Solutions
1. When trees are cut down replant seeds for that tree to grow back
2. Have corporations and markets to have a zero deforestation policy by maximizing the use of recycled wood, pulp, paper, and fiber in their products
3. Have the government change its policies and create laws to protect and reestablish forests
snowleopard.org
en.wikipedia.org/wiki Thimpu#Geography_and_climate
snowleopardconservancy.org/kids/text/endangered
defenders.org/snowleopard/basic-facts
panda.org/what_we_do/endangered_species_snow_leopard
lpzoo.org/animals/factsheet/snow-leopard
endangeredspecies.about.com/od/endangeredspecies101/a/what-causes-species-to-become-endangered
worldwildlife.org
nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/laws/esa
invasivespeciesinfo.gov/aquatics/spottedjellyfish
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/phyllorhiza_punata
education.nationalgeopraphic.org/media/white-spotted-jellies
greenpeace.org/usa/forests/solutions-to-deforestation/
Work Cited
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