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  • Giant Panda Natural Selection

    Scientific name: Ailuropoda melanoleuca. Life span: 20 years in the wild. Location of natural habitat: Giant panda’s are from west china; 99% of them live in the mountains that is in Sichuan, some are also located in Shaanxi and Gansu country. Enemies: tiger, panther and wolf. Color: Normally black and white, there are some white ones, which are mostly found in the wild. Most pandas have large sizes that have black and white coloring. Features: Panda’s have a body shape of bears they also…

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  • African Elephant Research Paper

    elephant the Loxodonta Africana. The next elephant I'm going to talk about is the Borneo elephant. This type of elephant is smaller than any species of elephants; because of their size, the list of natural predators is limited. Tigers occasionally hunt Borneo elephants for food and human hunting has increased in recent days. The last elephant species is the Indian elephant. The indian elephant is one of three recognized subspecies of the…

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  • Chile: Coat Of Arms

    Chile is the longest country in the world and it’s the country that i’m going to be researching today. Chile is located in South America, stretching along the west side of the Content. The history of Chile goes back to the 18th of september when Pedro de Valdivia founded the country.The shield is known as “Coat of arms” it has a condor and a huemul wearing crowns. They stand between a crest with three feathers on top and red and blue stripes in the middle with a star right in between. I felt…

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  • Can Drones Stop Animal Poaching

    A wildlife conservationist once said, “Extinction is forever, endangered means we still have time.” Most poachers are after elephants’ precious ivory tusks, which are used to make statues, jewelry, and other prized objects. Conservationists are using these two devices to turn back to drone technology as well as global positioning systems (GPS) & ink injections to fight back against poachers. Poaching is a growing global concern that will continue to destroy wildlife if we do not do something…

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  • Trophy Hunting In Africa Essay

    Question: Should the practice of trophy hunting in Africa be preserved in order to improve conservation efforts, or be outlawed to prevent the killing of more animals? Thesis: Trophy Hunting is the foundation of many conservation efforts in Africa, it must continue, however stricter regulations must be put in place in order to protect Africa’s native species as a whole. Annotated Bibliography Al-Khatib, Talal. "Trophy Hunting: Is There ANY Benefit for Conservation? : DNews." DNews. Discovery…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Is Hunting Justified?

    vertically. Sadly there are only about sixty Amar Ontiveros 5 leopards left. In the early 1905’s there was about 4,000 South China Tigers and in 1996 there was about thirty to eighty left. Now they are believed to be extinct because they have not been seen for more than twenty-five years. In Sumatra there is a total of 400 Sumatran Tigers, if anyone is caught hunting a tiger they can be faced with jail time. It is sad the amount of animals left. As mentioned before Buffalos, Elephants, White…

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  • Gray Wolf Research Paper

    In 1960, the wolves who had covered most of the United States found themselves hunted; a hunt that would last until the 1960’s when they would be put on the endangered species list after their populations plummeted. The species of Gray wolf that was most common in the U.S. was almost hunted to extinction because complaints from ranchers and farmers that the wolf was a mindless, selfish, gutless killing machine. However, it is obvious through careful studying and monitoring that the wolves are a…

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  • Amur Leopard Essay

    Description: One of the most critically endangered big cats with only 35 left in the world. They have been critically endangered since 1996. If the amur leopard becomes fully extinct this will cause the ecosystem to become unstable. Reasons why they are critically endangered/threats include habitat loss. It is estimated that between 1970-1983, the Amur leopard lost an 80% of its territory. They will have nowhere else to go. deforestation cutting down trees, Poaching illegal trade, prey being…

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  • Captive Lions Observation

    Enrichment Recommendations Enrichment 1: In this scenario, the captive lions exhibit stereotypic pacing behaviors around feeding times. To address the welfare concern of pacing in these captive lions, I would recommend a change in the way food is presented. Felids engage in appetitive behaviors to obtain their food (Shepherdson et al, 1993), and these behaviors include locating, capturing, killing and consuming their prey (Lindburg, 1988). Varying the method and timing of food delivery by either…

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  • The Endangered Species Act

    Endangered Species Imagine the world where species are dying because they couldn’t find food because there food is extinct. The world would turn into chaos just because of one species. So if the government could save that one endangered species then we could stop the world from going into chaos. Endangered species have a huge impact on the world and if they go extinct it can mess up everything. “Endangered species does not just refer to wildlife but rather any living organism whether in the air…

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