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Endangered Species Slide Program Website

 

1. How does the website compare endangered species?

 Endangered species are compared to a fire alarm to let us know that something is going wrong.

2. What is the difference between endangered and extinct?

An endangered species can be saved but a species that is extinct no longer exists.

3. Why is the African Elephant threatened?

Poachers kill the elephants to cut off their ivory tusks to sell them for money.

4. What is the biggest reason why plants and animals become endangered?

The biggest reason for endangered species is the loss of their habitat due to deforestation.

5. Name other reasons why species are endangered.

Other reasons for species becoming endangered are pesticides, pollution, disease and being killed by humans.

6. What is the consequence for a human that hurts an endangered species?

Any person who steals, hurts or kills an endangered specie will be fined $200,000.00 or the person can go to jail.

7. What does the Endangered Species Act do?

The Endangered Species Act is a law that protects plants and animals from disappearing from the earth.

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