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Animal habitat invasion Animal habitat invasion Presentation Transcript

  • Endangered Rainforest Animals By Isabelle Hoagland Melanie Smith
  • Birds •There is a risk that one in every eight birds could be extinct. •About 12% of all birds are vulnerable to being extinct. • Tucan’s are endangered because of habitat loss and people
  • Chimpanzees • If the rainforest’s get destroyed, then communities of chimpanzees from fifteen to one hundred would be at risk. • The Sumatra Orangutan is the most endangered species in the rainforest.
  • Jaguars •Jaguars are being hunted for their fur, which is being used for coats and shoes. •Jaguars are close to becoming extinct.
  • Frogs the poison dart frog is quickly becoming endangered because of the fast rate of rainforest destruction.
  • Orangutans The orangutan is highly endangered for many reasons, including people shooting them, wrecking their environment by cutting down trees (which causes them to not find food), and even people keeping them as pets. There are only approximately 30,000 orangutans left. over 80% of their habitat has been destroyed in the past 20 years, and if this rate keeps up, within 20 years they could be completely gone.
  • Facts •40% of all living species are endangered. •Every day in a tropical rainforest, 35 different species become extinct. • If animals go non-existent, then it will affect food chain. • 80% of a native Sumatra rainforest has already been demolished. •Indonesia’s forests are being cut down for bio fuel and palm oil for food products. THESE ARE SOME RAINFORESTS
  • Works cited page: http://www.endangeredspeciesinternational.org/birds.html? gclid=COnKyebLiaECFR5rgwodQENgOw http://www.keepbanderabeautiful.org/kpearthendangered.html http://www.animalport.com/rainforest-animals/list/Chimpanzee.html http://www.seventh-generation.de/projects/asia/sumatra-dr-peter-pratje.html? gclid=CMOQotSOjKECFR16gwodik6ONw http://www.greenpeace.org http://www.bagheera.com http://neyture.info http://www.enchantedlearning.com http://www.nashvillezoo.org