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  • 1. Animals in danger of extinction. What would happen if everyone cared about animals and did something to help them?
  • 2. Major causes of extinction
    • Taking animals for profit.
    • Hunting and trapping.
    • Over harvesting. HUMAN DEMAND
    • Introduced species.
    • Destruction of habitat.
    • Pollution.
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  • 3.
    • Other causes are:
    • Habitat loss and fragmentation
    • National and international wildlife trade
    • Pet trade
    • Fur trade
    • Bush meat trade
    • Body parts trade
    • Trade for biomedical research
    • Climate change – Global Warming
    • Introduce (invasive) species:
    • Farmer / rancher shootings
  • 4. What can everybody do to help endangered species?
    • Conserve habitats and protect them
    • Make space for our wildlife
    • Recycle, reduce and reuse
    • Control introduced plants and animals.
    • Join an organization.
    • Make your voice heard.
  • 5. Animals protection Laws Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (16 U.S.C. 668-668C). Migratory Bird Treaty Act (16 U.S.C. 703-712). Lacey Act (18 U.S.C. 42; 16 U.S.C. 3371-3378) Marine Mammal Protection Act (16 U.S.C. 1361-1407). Airborne Hunting Act (16 U.S.C. 742j-1). National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of 1966 (16 U.S.C. 668dd-668ee). Endangered Species Act (16 U.S.C. 1531-1543). Antarctic Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 2401). African Elephant Conservation Act (16 U.S.C. 4201-4245)
  • 6. Animal Protection Societies in Argentina ● FABA: Argentinean Foundation for Animal Welfare ● AnimaNaturalis ● San Nicolás Refuge ● Animal Protection Association Sarmiento ● APAC Avellaneda: Homeless Animals Protection Society ● APAM: Puerto Madryn Animal Protection Society
  • 7. ● WWF: World Wide Fund for Nature ● WSPA: World Society for the Protection of Animals ● OIPA: International Organization for Animal Protection International Animal Protection Societies
  • 8.
    • FABA
    • Non profit
    • Animals at risk
    • Adoption, castration, vaccination.
    • AnimaNaturalis
    • Spanish speakers countries.
    • 20 thousand members
    • 2003
    • Not eating, clothing, experimenting or entertainment
    • Education, studies, campaigns
    • San Nicolás Refuge
    • Shelter
    • Animals from zoonosis center
  • 9.
    • Animal Protection Association Sarmiento
    • Shelter
    • 1902
    • Oldest animal shelter in Latin America
    • APAC Avellaneda
    • Adoption: responsible families.
    • Delouse, vaccinate, sterilize, castrate and vet control
  • 10.
    • WWF
    • 1961
    • endangered species
    • Protect ecosystems that benefit humans
    • Not hunting, logging or fishing
    • WSPA
    • Cruelty, management, irresponsible pet ownership
    • natural disasters  animals
    • 900 member’s organizations, 150 countries
    • Convince government to create new laws. Education programs
    • OIPA
    • 1981
    • Not violent activities
    • Limav  International doctors  congresses, conferences, debates against vivisection.
  • 11. Pandas
    • Ecosystem:
    • Their native area of living on Bamboo forests.
    • Bamboo forest are located in China.
    • As their habitat os being destroyed they are relocated in artificial areas that represent the bamboo forests
    • They have problem to reproduce
  • 12. Causes of extinction:
    • Living areas debastated .
    • Small new areas to live.
    • People eat bamboo seeds, so they cut down their nature ecosystem
    • Also pandas eat bamboo seeds.
    • As they are shy animals in this new artificial areas they can not reproduce their species.
  • 13. Animals in danger of extinction in Argentina
    • Argentina it’s a country located in South America.
    • It has a diversity of climates and land.
    • Argentina is a very good place where animals and plants can live.
    • Humans don’t know how important is to conserve the natural equality.
    • Fauna is in danger of extinction.
    • There are 985 species of birds, 345 mammals, and 248 reptiles, 145 amphibious and 710 fishes.
  • 14. Animals in extinction in Argentina and América
  • 15. Animals in extinction in the world
    • Extinction has increases because of human activities.
    • Humans transform areas very quickly and in a short period of time.
    • People make up clothes or even houses with animals bodies.
    • They destroyed forests and jungles (where many animals lives), deserts and fields.
    • Activities change animals life’s, they have to adapt to new places if not they die.
    • Humans compete with wildlife for their fields and nature.
    • Less exotic animals, more animals in danger of extinction.
  • 16. Pink dolphins Ecosystem:
    • Native area: Amazon River and Hong Kong’s Pearl River
    • Food: fish and crabs.
    • Live up to 40 years in their habitat and 4 in captivity
    • Brain capacity: 40% larger than human’s.
    • Friendliest dolphin.
  • 17. Causes of their extinction
    • Hunted for their eyes and teeth.
    • High contamination levels in rivers where they live.
    • Numerous boats in those rivers hit dolphins
    • Deforestation.
    • Sound pollution from boats.
    • They get stuck in fisherman’s nets.
    • Construction of dams.
  • 18. Banner
  • 19. Kinder garden
  • 20. First year
  • 21. Second grade