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Animals Found on Web Page
List of Endangered Species for 2013
5 Coolest Animals Endangered or Extinct
WhAt YoU WiLl FInd on OUr WEbsiTe
Taxonomy on each animal
The reason for these animal's endangerment or extinction
How to Help
Links and videos that support our wildlife
Where to Find the Webpage Animals
Listed below are links to where some of the animals you will find on our web page can be found in the world.
This book can be purchased from the picture link website.
CITES, an organization fighting for the protection of Endangered Animals
Local Places for Biodiversity
Vocab to the Words
no longer in existence; that has ended or died out
believed likely to move into the “endangered” category in the near future if the relevant causal factors continue to operate. taxa with populations that have been seriously depleted and whose ultimate security has not yet been assured, and
species threatened by extinction: a species whose numbers are so few, or are declining so quickly, that the animal, plant, or other organism may soon become extinct.
1.grouping of organisms: the science of classifying plants, animals, and microorganisms into increasingly broader categories based on shared features.
1.home environment: the natural conditions and environment in which a plant or animal lives, e.g. forest, desert, or wetlands
1.people in place: all of the people who inhabit an area, region, or country
2.all people of group: all of the people of a particular nationality, ethnic group, religion, or class who live in an area Adaptation
the process or state of changing to fit a new environment or different conditions, or the resulting change
change in global weather patterns: long-term alteration in global weather patterns, especially increases in temperature and storm activity, regarded as a potential consequence of the greenhouse effect
a major ecological community type (as tropical rain forest, grassland, or desert)
the unlawful or illegal taking of wild plants or animals, such as through hunting, harvesting, fishing, or trapping.
How our animals have been classified on the Red LIst
HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE ANIMALS
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