Topic:Poaching, Extinction and Endangered Animals
Inquiry question:What would happen if most of the species went extinct?
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Stampede! The Black Rhinos are coming!
Source 1
SIRS
Facts
There were 65,000 Black Rhinos in 1970 at the start of the 21st century there were fewer than 3,000 left.
Paraphrased in my own words
The Black Rhino is an endangered speices and their are barely any left.
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Source 2
National Geographic
Facts
They are different not in color but in lip shape. The black rhino has a pointed upper lip, while its white relative has a squared lip.
Paraphrased in my own words
The reason they are different is because of it's lip it is pointed upward.
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Source 3
WWF
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The black rhinoceros has two horns, and occasionally a third small posterior horn. The anterior horn is longer than the posterior, averaging 50cm long.
Paraphrased in my own words
It usally has 2 to 3 horns the anterior horn is usally the longest measuing at a average of 50cm.
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Rarrrrrrrrrr the Tigers are fighting.
Source 1
SIRS
Facts
The tiger is the largest of the 37 species of cats in the world and unfortunately has recently become the most endangered of all the large wild cats.
Paraphrased in my own words
The tiger is the largest type of cat and in which is very endangered.
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Source 2
National Geographic
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Over the last 100 years, hunting and forest destruction have reduced tiger populations from hundreds of thousands of animals to perhaps fewer than 2,500.
Paraphrased in my own words
People have been killing animals for the last 100 years and there is only about 2,500 tigers left.
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Source 3
Google
Facts
The tiger is the largest cat species, reaching a total body length of up to 3.3 m and weighing up to 306 kg. It is the third largest land carnivore.
Paraphrased in my own words
the tiger is 3.3 meters long and weighs up to 306 kg.
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Kaw kaaaaaaaaaaw Bald Eagles are flying in the air.
Source 1
SIRS
Facts
Bald eagles are thought to have historically nested in all of the lower 48 states. In South Dakota, bald eagles were apparently common along the Missouri River and its tributaries. It is estimated that in the lower 48 states there were 50,000 breeding pairs of bald eagles in pre- colonial times.
Paraphrased in my own words
Most Bald eagles live in all of the lower 48 states.
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Source 2
National Geographic
Facts
The bald eagle, with its snowy-feathered (not bald) head and white tail, is the proud national bird symbol of the United States.
Paraphrased in my own words
The bald eagle is the proud symbol of the United States.
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Source 3
WWF
Facts
Thirty years ago, this majestic bird was in danger of sliding ever further towards extinction, a state that so many other creatures remain in today.
Paraphrased in my own words
Thirty years ago the bald eagle was very close to extinction.
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