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1 Wildlife Conservation: Its importance and benefits to all Marise Rodriguez Penn State Hazleton CAS 100 Speech Communication October 9, 2009

2 Let’s watch this: g The video outlines the fact that Wildlife Conservation is not only beneficial to nature and animals but also to each and everyone in this room. It is important to preserve our exotic plants and animals as we co-exist with them.

3 I hope to discuss in the next 5 to 7 minutes important facts and bits of information on: 1. Wildlife Conservation 2. Its Importance 3. Benefits of Wildlife Conservation

4 conservation.htm Visit: of_wildlife_conservation

5 Why is Wildlife Conservation Important? Let’s begin exploring how animals and nature co-exist in the ecological cycle of life.

6 Animals and plants co-exist within ecological cycle of life. While plants provide food and shelter for animals to hide from their predators or hunters., animals help the spread and growth of plants. (Wildlife Conservation Society)

7 Animals eat fruits and spread seeds to grow in several areas of the wild In the deserts of North Africa, elephants eat the fruits that have fallen from the trees and deposit the seeds in their droppings several miles away. In South American jungles, monkeys eat figs and other fruit, carrying some away in their stomachs and dropping others onto the ground. In South Africa, even ants carry seeds into theirnests, eat the tasty outer covering and leave the seeds to grow safely underground (Visit:

8 Examples of co-existent cycle

9 Since animals and plants co-exist, efforts to preserve wildlife are exerted.

10 If we don’t protect and conserve our wildlife… There shall be a great loss of ecological balance that will affect us all resulting to floods, erosion, hunger and starvation.

11 How Do We Benefit from Wildlife Preservation? Conservation of wildlife not only benefit animals and plants but also human beings. By having more conservation areas where plants are abundant we may be able to control the carbon dioxide levels in our atmosphere A balanced wildlife eco-system will also provide a continued balance in our own human existence.

12 Benefit from Wildlife Preservation We are all affected by the cycle of nature and animals and the rehabilitation of the plant Having more plants and animals cures may be discovered. New forms of medicine can be created. (Wildlife Conservation Network)

13 Concluding note Wildlife conservations are important to preserving nature and protecting and benefiting people. Nature and animals are necessary for people to strive. One may not think so but it’s true. People tend to over look what these conservations are doing. They feel it is of no importance because it will never have an effect on their lives, I beg to differ.

14 Q&a Marise Rodriguez

15 references Wildlife Conservation Society World Wildlife Fund Wildlife Conservation Network


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