Ppt on endangered and extinct animals

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most of the world’s food supply. Ninety percent of the worlds food is derived from just 15 plant and 8 animal species. Copyright © 2008 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Pearson Benjamin Cummings Pre Test Continued Part 3 16./Biodiversity… Is biodiversity important? Have we “ruined” our planet though activities that threaten species and cause extinctions? Can we save endangered species? Should we try to save every endangered species? Which ones? What is the criteria we should use to decide? http://www/


Chapter 13: Wildlife, Fisheries and Endangered Species.

Wildlife Management Improved Approaches to Wildlife Management Fisheries Fisheries Endangered Species: Current Status Endangered Species: Current Status How a Species Becomes Endangered and Extinct How a Species Becomes Endangered and Extinct The Good News: We Have Improved Some Species The/ Ground-trawling equipment destroys the ocean floor  Long-line fishing kills sea turtles and other non- target surface animals  Large tuna nets have killed dolphins Can Fishing Ever be Sustainable? Few wild biological/


APES 11/3 and 11/4 Welcome! Prepare for a warm-up! No, I haven’t graded your tests. Please pick up your graded flipbook and log in to a computer.

anim als/g201/recently-extinct-animals-list-470209/ http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/anim als/g201/recently-extinct-animals-list-470209/ Endangered Species Endangered Species- a plant or animal that is in danger of becoming extinct. Endangered Species- a plant or animal that is in danger of becoming extinct. http://www.fws.gov/endangered/ http://www.fws.gov/endangered/ http://www.fws.gov/endangered/ VERY poorly funded Protecting Biodiversity 4. Prevention and control of invasive species 5. Seed banks,/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. CHAPTER 6 Wild Species and Biodiversity.

The protective role is exercised by state fisheries and wildlife agencies The law may mandate federal jurisdiction Endangered species and game animals © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Game animals in the United States Game animals are hunted for sport, meat, pelts Species were hunted to extinction (great auk, heath hen, passenger pigeon) or near extinction (bison, turkey) Regulations established hunting seasons and limits Some species were given complete protection Turkey/


______________ and __________ __________ 1. ___________ OF LIFE ________years of _______ change to form the first cells, followed by about ________years.

when so few members of a species are left they no longer play its ecological role. – ________________Species is no longer found on the earth. 49 Global Extinction Some animals have become __________ extinct because of ______ activities. 50 Endangered and Threatened Species: Ecological Smoke Alarms __________ species: so ____ individual survivors that it could ______become _______. – ________ species: so ______ individual survivors that it could/


Different types of animals that are: endangered, threatened, and extinct! Allison Bankston.

: The purpose of this Instructional PowerPoint is to teach the students about animals that are endangered, threatened and extinct. Learning Objective: Classify organisms as endangered, threatened, or extinct. Content Standard: Investigate the connection between an organisms ability to survive in a specific environment. Accomplishment: To be able to tell if an organism is endangered, threatened or extinct. Also to tell what an organism is. What are organisms? An/


Dd.  Bio means ‘life’ and diversity means ‘variety’, hence, biodiversity refers wide variety of life on the earth.  Our planet-earth (biosphere) contains.

serpentina), sandal wood tree (like santalum, cycas bed donei). RED - data book: RED - data book: RED - data book contains the list of endangered species of plants and animals. The RED – data gives the warning signal for those species which are endangered and if not protected they become extinct in near future. 1. Pollution 1. Pollution: Humans dispose their waste products on nature. So, the land, river/


7 Biodiversity and Conservation CHAPTER. Saving the Siberian Tiger Siberian tigers are one of five remaining tiger subspecies. In the early 20th century,

lost jobs List created of those threatened and endangered Currently 1,300+ listed Pros and cons : Northern Spotted Owl –Pacific northwest protected large areas of old-growth forests. Decline in timber harvesting  loggers lost jobs ESA ESA: 1973-2004: 92 to 1,300+ species listed 37 Species removed (14 recovery, 8 extinctions, rest discovered more) 60% plants, 40% animals TNC says 1/3 rd of/


UNIT III: BIODIVERSITY & BIOTIC RESOURCES Introduction Definition Genetic, Species and Ecosystem diversity Value of biodiversity Hot-spots of biodiversity.

World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC) in which information on endangered and vulnerable species of plants and animals is kept From time to time, this database is translated into popular form and published as Red Data Books‘ The red data symbolizes the warning signal for those species which are endangered and if not protected are likely to become extinct in near future In India, nearly 450 plant species have/


Extinction Is Forever.

are a vital component of key ecosystem functions of energy flow, nutrient recycling and population control Protecting species from premature extinction and their vital habitats from premature environmental degradation, we are helping to sustain our own health and well being. Endangered Scarlet Macaw is a Source of Beauty and Pleasure Territorial Range of Animals The Ten Most Threatened Song Birds in the United States Medicinal Benefits of/


Registered charity no. 208217 What do all of these animals have in common?

Registered charity no. 208217 What do all of these animals have in common? Registered charity no. 208217 Endangered Animals Definition of endangered: species in danger of extinction, but can still be saved. An animal is extinct if no more of that species is alive in the wild or in captivity. An example is the Dodo. Registered charity no. 208217 What animals are endangered? Giant Panda, around 250 individuals in the/


Chapter 3 Extinction © 2002 by Prentice Hall, Inc. Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

(1000 ha) #46Chapt. 03 Endangered Species (cont.) –US and endangered reptiles, amphibians, and fishes Better monitoring and documenting activities #47Chapt. 03 Endangered Species Correlations between human factors and extinction –1995, Kerr and Currie Compared 90 countries –Six indices/#54Chapt. 03 Species Characteristics and Extinction (cont.) Population variability (Fig. 3.10) –Stable populations are less likely to go extinct Trophic status (Fig. 3.10) –Applies to animals only –Higher trophic levels more/


Chap. 3 Extinction 鄭先祐 生態主張者 Ayo

–Overharvesting for commercial interests –Rare plants are threatened by collectors 生態學 2003 Chap.3 Extinction 21 Five categories 1.Habitat destruction 2.Alien species 3.Over-harvesting 4.Disease (both native and alien) 5.Pollution David Wilcove (1998) categorized threats to plants and animals in the US. 生態學 2003 Chap.3 Extinction 22 Endangered Species Sample size: 1880 species (Figure 3.7) Habitat degradation was by far the/


Welcome to the Amazing world of Biomes. Taiga. 88. By Clay Rathman, Jordan Wakefield, Esme Opp, and Sydnie Stilley.

crane,red wolf, lion,zebras,elephants  Here some extinct animals auruba sheep, great plains wolf  Most animals are endangered  Few animals are extinct  Few animals are threatened  Here are some threatened animals mountain lions, McCowns,Longspur  Here are some endangered animals bison, cheetahs,sand hill crane,red wolf, lion,zebras,elephants  Here some extinct animals auruba sheep, great plains wolf By:Alex,Taylor,Sara,and Jack  Near Earths Equator  Biggest is in Brazil/


ENDANGERED SPECIESENDANGERED SPECIES P RESENTED BY :- AMANPREET S INGH www.powerpointpresentationon.blogspot.com.

, the southern sea otter, the snow leopard, the green pitcher plant, and thousands of other plants and animals are endangered worldwide. EXTINCT SPECIES – an extinct species is one that is no longer living. The passenger pigeon, the dodo, and the Stegosaurus are examples of extinct species. These animals no longer exist on the earth. Countries with the most Endangered Species 1. Ecuador 2151 2. United States 1143 3. Malaysia 892/


Thriving, Threatened, Endangered, or Extinct

We have gained understanding on the differences among the terms thriving, threatened, endangered, and extinct. We have investigated animal species, such as Baiji dolphins, Hector’s dolphins, pandas, panthers, polar bears, quaggas, and tigers. We have also determined the main causes to the decline and extinction of the animal species. Incorrect Whoops, try again! Remember, an extinct species is one that has died out. Incorrect Whoops, look at the/


Biodiversity Variety of the earth’s species, the genes they contain, the ecosystems in which they live, and the ecosystem processes such as energy flow.

longer play its ecological role. Global (biological): Species is no longer found on the earth. Global Extinction Some animals have become prematurely extinct because of human activities. Figure 11-2 Steps to extinction Background extinctions: Rare Threatened Endangered Endangered and Threatened Species: Ecological Smoke Alarms Endangered species: so few individual survivors that it could soon become extinct. Threatened species: still abundant in its natural range but is likely to become/


Endangered Animals. What does “endangered” mean? According to the 1973 US Endangered Species Act, animals are defined as endangered if the species is.

having died out leaving no living representatives; "an extinct species of fish“ In biology and ecology, extinction is the end of an organism or group Why are animals endangered? Destruction of Habitat Humans destroy precious habitat when they fill swamps and marshes, dam rivers and cut down trees to build homes, roads and other developments. Pollution Oil spills, acid rain and water pollution have been devastating for many species/


What is an Animal’s Purpose? Animals exist because they have evolved certain traits that have enabled them to survive the eons of time. They are all part.

30 million possible) To understand animals and make good management decisions, you need to know everything possible about that animal. This information, the complete ecology of the animal, is called its ecological niche. Think of its niche as the animal’s “job description”. Where the animal lives is called its habitat. Think of its habitat as its “address”. Characteristics of Threatened/Endangered Species 1.Large Size (Elephants/


Biodiversity Life on Earth, and How We’re Losing It…

gone, it can no longer be looked at, touched, or appreciated… Endangered Species Act First went into effect in 1973 First went into effect in 1973 Designed to identify and protect any plant or animal in danger of extinction (currently c. 1,350) Designed to identify and protect any plant or animal in danger of extinction (currently c. 1,350) National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) is responsible/


Biodiversity Chapters 5 and 11 and not in exact order.

It is evident in every adaptation of every organism Evident in bacteria and fruit flies in laboratories Selective breeding of animals Artificial selection Artificial Selection = the process of selection conducted under human / biodiversity Should conservation focus on endangered species? Endangered Species Act (1973) (ESA) = forbids the government and private citizens from taking actions that destroy endangered species or their habitats –To prevent extinction –Stabilize declining populations –Enable /


Chapter 18 Conservation of Biodiversity. Extinction is Forever Extinction (aka biological extinction) – A process in which an entire species ceases to.

Some African Species Indigenous people sustained by bush meat More hunters leading to local extinction of some wild animals West and Central Africa Helps spread HIV/AIDS and Ebola from animals to humans Fig. 9-18, p. 207 International Treaties and National Laws Help to Protect Species 1975: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) – Signed by 172 countries The IUCN keeps a list of threatened/


HUMAN IMPACTS ON TERRESTRIAL BIODIVERSITY  We have depleted and degraded some of the earth’s biodiversity and these threats are expected to increase.

species are left they no longer play its ecological role. –Globally (biologically): Species is no longer found on the earth. Global Extinction  Some animals have become prematurely extinct because of human activities. Figure 11-2 Endangered and Threatened Species: Ecological Smoke Alarms  Endangered species: so few individual survivors that it could soon become extinct.  Threatened species: still abundant in its natural range but is likely to become/


Think about this phrase above & answer the following: Are humans doing enough to prevent endangered animals from extinction? Do humans & animals have competing.

this phrase above & answer the following: Are humans doing enough to prevent endangered animals from extinction? Do humans & animals have competing needs? Is allowing animal extinction ever justified? Bell Ringer: Extinction is forever Malay Peninsula kampongs Endangered Suspense A feeling of strong curiosity or uncertainty about the way that events will/.Notice suspense 2.Watch the main character’s, Fatima, feelings before seeing, during, and after seeing the tiger. 3.Writing Style 4.Extinction is forever


Extinction S4L2b. Identify factors that may have led to the extinction of some organisms.

forests Clearing forests Excessive hunting or fishing can cause a species to become endangered or extinct.Excessive hunting or fishing can cause a species to become endangered or extinct. Pollution of the land, water and air makes it difficult for animals to live.Pollution of the land, water and air makes it difficult for animals to live. The introduction of a new species into an ecosystem can upset/


Modern Extinction The Sixth Mass Extinction. Essential Questions What is extinction? Which species have become extinct in modern times? What are the characteristics.

job to shine the spotlight on the species to save it from extinction. Your poster needs to make the world “see” and “hear” your species. Resources Websites https://www.worldwildlife.org http://www.wildaid.orghttps://www.cites.org http://www.fws.gov/endangered/http://a-z-animals.com/animals/endangered/ ← Click here Click here ➜ Endangered Species Poster Project Requirements Include this key data on your poster:  Species/


Biodiversity Ch 12. This lecture will help you understand: The scope of Earth’s biodiversity Background rates and mass extinction Primary causes of biodiversity.

a network of subpopulations – Small populations are most vulnerable to extinction and need special attention Small “islands” of forest rapidly lose species Forests are fragmented by roads and logging Small forest fragments lose diversity fastest – Starting with large/ What Can You Do? Protecting Species Do not buy furs, ivory products, and other materials made from endangered or threatened animal species. Do not buy wood and paper products produced by cutting remaining old-growth forests in the tropics. Do /


1 Objectives Definitions – species, habitat, and biodiversity Levels of biodiversity – habitat, species, and genetic Measurement of biodiversity by sampling;

Money can be made from whales Live whales– as a tourist attraction Dead whales– food, oil, making cosmetics (using blubber) Endangered species can be protected from extinction by Education – raising awareness Breeding animals in captivity (e.g. zoos) and returning to natural habitat to create new population Protecting (conserving) natural habitats Creating artificial ecosystems (e.g. zoos, aquariums) for the species to live in/


Chapter 8 Lecture Presentations prepared by Reggie Cobb Nash Community College Biodiversity and Conservation Biology © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc.

Some groups have more species than others Insects predominate over all other life-forms Beetles outnumber all non-insect animals and plants Living things are not distributed evenly on Earth Species diversity is higher near the equator © 2015 Pearson /Aim is to prevent extinction, stabilize declining populations, and enable populations to recover In 2014, recovery plans were in place for 75% of the 1189 endangered and 328 threatened species in the U.S. © 2015 Pearson Education, Inc. Endangered species are a /


Core Case Study: Polar Bears and Global Warming 20,000-25,000 in the Arctic Most calories in winter from seals on sea ice Environmental impact on polar.

¼ to ½ of the world’s plant and animal species Conservative estimates of extinction = 0.01-1.0% Growth of human population will increase this loss Rates are higher where there are more endangered species Tropical forests and coral reefs, wetlands and estuaries—sites of new species—being destroyed Speciation crisis Extinction Rates Are Rising Rapidly Endangered and Threatened Species Are Ecological Smoke Alarms Endangered species So few members that the/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Central Case: Saving the Siberian tiger Tigers are going extinct The last Siberian tigers live in the Russian Far East mountains.

Education, Inc. Protecting biodiversity: cloning Cloning creates more individuals and saves species from extinction -DNA from an endangered species is inserted into an egg without a nucleus -The egg/ is inserted into a closely related species Several mammal species have been cloned -But these efforts are not enough to recreate lost biodiversity Without ample habitat and protection in the wild, having cloned animals/


ENDANGERED SPECIES NEED OUR HELP!!!. ENDANGERED ANIMALS!!!! Have you ever wondered…. How does a species become endangered? How many species are on the.

many people might not realize, is that the endangered species list contains thousands of species, and theyre not all animals. Animals and plants are at a risk of becoming extinct because of threats from changing environments or predators. WHAT IS AN ENDANGERED SPECIES? An endangered specie is where a plant or animal is vulnerable or at a risk of extinction. Animals/ plants become extinct because of different times of harming hunters or/


Biodiversity and Conservation

later use Such banks of frozen gametes and embryos from endangered species are called “frozen zoos” Protection of endangered species Zoos and botanic garden help lead to public awareness and support for endangered animals and plants Millennium Seed Bank: bank’s ambition is to collected and store seeds from at least 25% of the world’s plants so that if they become extinct in the wild, they can still be/


Chapter 8 Biodiversity and Conservation Biology

gases warm temperatures. Modifies global weather patterns and increases the frequency of extreme weather events Increases stress on populations and forces organisms to shift their geographic ranges Most animals and plants will not be able to cope. / statement about the U.S. Endangered Species Act is FALSE? It forbids the government, but not private citizens, from harming endangered species. It lists endangered and threatened species. It is designed to prevent extinction. It is designed to enable populations/


Endangered Species “Some say we’re on the verge of the sixth mass extinction- wrong! we are in the middle of it- entirely human-made.” Britney Culm SBI4U.

http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/horse/images/lg/02b_ evo_dinohippus.jpg Conclusion The diversity of the animals on this planet is diminishing at an alarming rate. We need to change our ways, and we need to change them fast. Many species have become extinct, are endangered and will become extinct, and what is it all because of? One species – humans. Works Cited Bellos, A. (2000, January 27/


Threatened, Endangered and Extinct Species Standard 4.7.

Biological Survey (PABS) –Helps to maintain state’s biodiversity –Tracks and monitors plants and animals –Coordinates programs, surveys and research on PA wildlife –Developing bio-reserves throughout PA Help conserve ecosystems throughout the state Endangered Species Act  ESA – US law that governs the protection of species whose populations are in decline and could be in danger of extinction  The law forbids hunting, killing, collecting or harming of/


Chapter 21.1 Biodiversity and Conservation.  ~2million different species have been identified and named  Biologists theorize that there may be hundreds.

later use  Such banks of frozen gametes and embryos from endangered species are called “frozen zoos” Rescuing endangered species  Zoos and botanic garden help lead to public awareness and support for endangered animals and plants  Millennium Seed Bank: bank’s ambition is to collected and store seeds from at least 25% of the world’s plants so that if they become extinct in the wild, they can still be grown/


Threatened and Endangered Species. Extinction Extinction is both a natural and a human mediated process There are temporal and spatial dimensions to extinction.

Extinct Mammals Monk seals area a subfamily of seals with three widely separated species Caribbean monk seal (Monachus tropicalis) was hunted extensively for fur and for oil in the 18 th century Last remaining Caribbean monk seals remained on the Triangle Keys off the Yucatan In 1911, fisherman came and slaughtered all remaining 200 animals Last recorded sighting was in Jamaica in 1952 Endangered/ shore and was easily hunted It was driven extinct due to intense whaling in 1730 Endangered Whales and Dolphins /


David Macías, Éric Soriano & Ian Trueba

incorporates ingredients from plants, animals and minerals Parts of endangered species are used Poachers sell parts of these species in the black market Slips of authority In Africa, although hunting for ivory was banned, poaching of elefants continues. In the USA some endangered species are only banned from fishing in a few states Endangered species These species are at risk of becoming extinct, because for different/


The Economics of Endangered Species. Endangered Species An endangered species is a population of an organism which is at risk of becoming extinct because.

of Threatened Species (www.redlist.org) www.redlist.org Critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable Critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable Extinct, extinct in the wild Extinct, extinct in the wild  Endangered species constitute 40% of all organisms based on the sample of/Globalization and increased access to international markets. Meat, fur skin and other animal parts are sold on a wide scale worldwide. Globalization and increased access to international markets. Meat, fur skin and other animal /


You’re on a mission to try and save an endangered animal! Teach your classmates how they can help too! Students will be in groups of 2 1 student will.

on it’s habitat if it becomes extinct? Discusses the animal you chose Where it lives What it eats Why animals become endangered What is the difference between endangered and extinct animals? Where is your endangered species original habitat? How can an endangered animal affect it’s environment? What can you do to help an endangered species? Why do animals become endangered? How do you feel about animals becoming endangered? http://www.endangeredspecie.com http://www/


Endangered Species Endangered Speices Definitions Vulnerable Species: A species that is not yet threatened, but one whose population is quickly declining.

ten plants in New York is located in swampy waters. Endangered Species What is endangered? An endangered species is a species of animals whose population is so low that extinction could soon be a possibility for that animal species. Endangered Species Causes of Endangering Environmental Destruction Humans have a profound effect on the environment and the habitats of plants and animals. As discusses in the Water Quality Lesson, humans often times/


Extinct Species Activities 1. Research an Extinct Species and make an info card for our class timeline that includes the species name, date the species.

regions earn the majority of their income from ecotourism Ecotourism: a form of tourism that supports the conservation and sustainable development of ecologically unique areas. Public Policy Endangered Species Act Passed in 1973 by US Congress Designed to protect plant and animal species in danger of extinction. The four main provisions are found on page 261, Figure 10-10 Add these to your notes…. Which/


Module 3: Biodiversity and Evolution Biodiversity and evolution Evolution has generated a very wide variety of organisms. The fact that all organisms.

are those that have such small numbers that they are at risk of extinction –Little genetic variability leaves them susceptible to genetic and infectious diseases “living dead” Conservation of endangered species The conservation of endangered species can be: –In situ Animals and plants are protected in their natural environment –Ex situ Animals are cared for in zoological collections Plants are cared for in botanical gardens Four key/


Species, Biodiversity, and Sustainability Chapters 4, 5, and 9.

Captive breeding Egg pulling Artificial insemination, embryo transfer, incubators and cross fostering Captive population of endangered species should number 100 – 500 in order to avoid extinction due to disease 10,000 individuals are required for a species to maintain its capacity for biological evolution Genetic diversity includes crops and livestock as well as wild plants and animals Precautionary Principle When substantial preliminary evidence suggests harm to/


Threatened animals of the USA By Manaeva Yulia. Introduction: If an animal becomes extinct you will never see them again, except for a pile of bones in.

plant or animal species can receive protection under the Endangered Species Act, it must first be placed on the Federal list of endangered and threatened wildlife and plants. Our listing program follows a strict legal process [12/2005] [PDF] to determine whether to list a species, depending on the degree of threat it faces. An “endangered” species is one that is in danger of extinction throughout all/


7 Biodiversity and Conservation CHAPTER. Saving the Siberian Tiger Siberian tigers are one of five remaining tiger subspecies. In the early 20th century,

–2.5  C global temperature increase could put 20–30% of plant and animal species at increased risk of extinction. Lesson 7.3 Protecting Biodiversity Just 2.3% of the planet’s land surface is home to 50% of the world’s plant species and 42% of its vertebrate animal species. The Endangered Species Act Lesson 7.3 Protecting Biodiversity U.S. law that protects biodiversity/


16 Biological Resources. Overview of Chapter 16  Biological Diversity  Extinction and Species Endangerment  Endangered and Threatened Species  What.

a result of deliberate efforts to eradicate or control their numbers.  Unregulated hunting or overhunting was a contributing to extinction, however, it is now strictly controlled. (ex: American bison and passenger pigeon)  Illegal commercial hunting or poaching endangers many larger animals. (tigers, rhinoceroses)  Commercial harvest is the collection and sale of live or organisms from nature. Usually end up in zoos, biomedical research lab, circuses/


Copyright © 2006 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings PowerPoint ® Slides prepared by Jay Withgott and Heidi Marcum Copyright © 2008.

, 58 fish species, 9 bird species, and 1 mammal species has gone extinct -In the U.S., in the last 500 years, 236 animal and 17 plant species are confirmed extinct -Actual numbers are undoubtedly higher Copyright © / Benjamin Cummings Should conservation focus on endangered species? Endangered Species Act (1973) (ESA): forbids the government and private citizens from taking actions that destroy endangered species or their habitats -To prevent extinction -Stabilize declining populations -Enable populations/


Endangered Animals in Our Midst Definitions Extinct A species of plant or animal that is no longer living. Endangered A species that is in immediate.

it is not protected. In the United States, there are over 400 animal species identified as endangered, and over 150 animals that are threatened. Extinct When the last of a type of plant or animal in the world dies, such as dinosaurs or wooly mammoths, then they are extinct or lost forever, and can never be brought back. Since the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620, more/


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