Animal Endangerment
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Komodo Dragon

The main problem with endangered animals are they are getting pouched and losing their habitats.  People think destroying habitats makes them more money. An animal that I for an example is the komodo dragon. They are finding less food, losing space, and getting pouched. We need to stop poaching animal like the komodo dragon or their species will become extinct. We need to give them more food, more space, and stop killing the animals to sell or make things for money.

 

Stellar Sea Lion

A stellar sea lion is an endangered animal that lives in Alaska. Somethings they eat are octopus, small seals, salmon and other kinds of fish. They can weigh up to 2,000 pounds. They became endangered because people that live in Alaska try to survive by killing the stellar sea lion for food and blankets.  They also became endangered by global warming that is melting the glaciers that they use. People help by donating to companies that help the animals.     

 

 

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Red Wolf

The red wolf is endangered because people are killing them for their habitats. People are selling them because they want the money so they can be rich. They are in trouble because they are taking them from their family and habitats. The red wolf eats rabbits, racoons and deer. Red wolves have pointy  ears  and they have thick fur.

 

Chinese Pangolin

The chinese pangolin eats insects, mostly ants and termites. The chinese pangolin is critically endangered. A pangolin’s tongue is longer than its body, so it can reach ants in anthills. There are eight species of pangolins on earth. Four live in Asia, and the other four live in Africa. Pangolins have poor vision and hearing, but their sense of smell is very strong. It is estimated that more than 1 million pangolins have been taken from the wild in the past decade, making them the most trafficked wild mammal in the world. They eat up to 70 million insects each year, acting as natural pest controllers, saving countries millions of dollars a year in pest destruction.

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