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    Endangered Species

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    when changes occur at a fast pace, there is little or no time for an individual species to react and adjust to the new circumstances. This cause disastrous results, and for this reason, rapid habitat loss is the primary cause of species becoming endangered. Nearly every region of earth has been affected by human activity. It is difficult for an individual to recognize the effects that humans have had on specific species (Brook p.385). It is even more difficult to predict human effects on individual

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    Endangered Species

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    Endangered Species Endangered species are living things whose population is so reduced that they are threatened with extinction. Thousands of species are included in this category. The International Union for the Conservation of nature and Natural Resources publishes a list of threatened mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and (many people donÕt consider them) plants. CAUSES OF EXTINCTION Millions of years before humans, extinction of living things was linked to geological and climate

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    There are many endangered animals in the world. One of them is the panthera onca. You might think that the panthera onca is bad and all that but they are not. If you just take the time to get to know them better you might try to help them. Well now is your chance even though it might not be a lot it will give you a little information about them. Endangered animals are animals that are near extinct or no longer to be seen. When there are animals that are endangered and people still hunt it the

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    Endangered Species

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    Endangered Species One example that can affect mankind if not foretell it, that seems small and insignificant, is the disappearance of frogs. In 1970, a science students was studying frogs. While collecting information out in a field, she had to take care not to step on any of the frogs that she was studying as there was so many of them. Two years later, all she encountered were a few dying frogs with puffy red legs. The frogs' immune systems had been destroyed and they fell sick easily. In 1979

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    Quality Education Endangered

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    Quality Education Endangered Education today is leaving students ignorant while overworking them to the point that they have little free time to relax and have fun. Teachers are not teaching their students some of the basic knowledge of the subjects and instead are assigning considerable amounts of homework to the students in an attempt to educate them through repetition. I do believe that homework is necessary to reinforce lessons, but the massive amount we are receiving is going too far, especially

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    Endangered Species

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    INTRODUCTION There are 1,436 endangered species in the United States alone. (2) Every species depends on the survival of another, so what happens if one goes extinct? Every organism is affected in one way or another, and it is definitely not a positive affect. There are various terms to describe the status of these animals, just as there are many factors that played into them reaching that status. The extinction of an organism affects everything that the organism at hand comes into contact with directly

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    Endangered species Act

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    Edangered Species Act has on us. People are getting laid off there jobs and millions of our tax dollars are being spent on the Endangered Species Act (ESA)all the time. Is it worth all of this for these endandered species. Must humans suffer and lose there jobs and houses over a few insects? Laws for the ESA are taking peoples property and fineing them because endangered species live on their property. A person is legally barred from using certain measures to protect his property from protected

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    Endangered Animals

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    Many people say they care about endangered species, but what do they actually do to help? Some people, like the ones that work for WWF (World Wildlife Fund), decide to take action. “WWF is building a future where human needs are met in harmony with nature,” (worldwildlife.org). The organization helps both the environment and endangered species. Not only does WWF lets you adopt endangered animals symbolically, but it also does many things to help empower communities and promote conservation. Since

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    Endangered Animals

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    Many animals are endangered and that means they are close to extinction. If species become extinct that means these luscious creatures cannot be seen by us anymore. In this article, I’m going to inform you about solutions to exterminate this problem. Also, I will tell you why this issues important, how it affects us, what can be done to help this problem, and how you can have a positive impact to help end this issue. If we unite and convince the government and businesses to stop taking down natural

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    Situation). In the tropical rainforest alone, most species are disappearing at the rate of 1% a year (Sherry, 6). If the current trend continues, at least 50% of all currently existing species will be either extinct or endangered by the year 2050 (Today’s Situation). For this reason endangered species deserve more protection than the current regulations provide. Throughout history there have been many different reasons for the extinction of species. The earliest known reason was 64-66 million years ago

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