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Developed by the Endangered Species Coalition for the Endangered Species Day Curriculum
What do it Mean? Endangered Threatened Extinct
Endangered Species Act
Karner Blue Butterfly
A Global Issue
Invasive Species Kudzu Vine
Saving Endangered Species
Developed by the Endangered Species Coalition for the Endangered Species Day Curriculum.
Animals in Danger Unit 6. Language Learning Goal Be able to define: Balance Endangered Environment Extinct.
Teacher Information! Necessary materials: PowerPoint Guide
Sustaining Biodiversity: The Species Approach Chapter 9.
Endangered species are like fire alarms
“Rescuing Species”Rescuing Species IBERIAN LYNX PIKA TIGER.
ENDANGERED SPECIES Chapter 1.2. SPECIES AT RISK Species whose populations decline below a certain level are considered to be at risk. In Canada, more.
Extinction S4L2b. Identify factors that may have led to the extinction of some organisms.
Biodiversity Possibly as few as 3200 tigers remain in wild-WWF.
Endangered Species An endangered species is….. A species in danger of extinction. The Bald Eagle and the Florida Panther and…
When a population decreases significantly, the species can become extinct, endangered or threatened.
Endangered Animals By: Katy Parker. Subject/ Grade Level Art Social Studies P.E.Music 4 th Grade.
Bell Questions 1/12/11 1.What is a mass extinction? 2.What is the difference between an endangered species and a threatened species? 3.What is one way.
Slide 1 Figure 12-2 Page 225 Passenger pigeon Great aukDodo Dusky seaside sparrow Aepyornis (Madagascar)
Endangered Means There’s Still Time.
Chapter 18 Conservation of Biodiversity. How do coral reefs form?
Biodiversity What is Biodiversity? The number and variety of different species in a given area.
Caused by: –Burning of fossil fuels by cars and factories – adds CO 2 to atmosphere –Deforestation – reduces photosynthesis and the uptake of CO 2 by plants.
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