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Presentation for Environmental Science 110 @ Indiana State University.

Presentation for Environmental Science 110 @ Indiana State University.

By Zach Pearson, Sloan Jones, Logan Seger, Rachel Trench & Charlie Emmons.

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  • 1. Endangered Species & ExtinctionZach Pearson, Sloan Jones, Logan Seger, Rachel Trench & Charlie Emmons
  • 2. Human beings are currentlycausing the greatest
massextinction of species since the extinction of
thedinosaurs 65 million years ago.
  • 3. Addax
  • 4. African Wild Dog
  • 5. Asian Elephant
  • 6. Baird’s Tapir
  • 7. Black RhinoCritically Endangered
  • 8. Blue Duck
  • 9. Bonobo
  • 10. Of the 40,168 species found, one in fourmammals, one in eightbirds and one in three
  • 11. Crested IbisCritically Endangered
  • 12. Florida PantherCritically Endangered
  • 13. Giant Panda
  • 14. Green Sea TurtleCritically Endangered
  • 15. Grizzly Bear
  • 16. Iberian LynxCritically Endangered
  • 17. Island FoxCritically Endangered
  • 18. Javan RhinoCritically Endangered
  • 19. Kakapo ParrottCritically Endangered
  • 20. Lemur Leaf Frog
  • 21. Hyacinth Macaw
  • 22. A majority of the nations biologists are convincedthat a "mass extinction" of plants and animals is underway that poses amajor threat to humans inthe next century, yet most
  • 23. Malaysian Sun BearCritically Endangered
  • 24. Markhor
  • 25. Monk SealCritically Endangered
  • 26. Mountain GorillaCritically Endangered
  • 27. Orangutan
  • 28. Philippine EagleCritically Endangered
  • 29. Pygmy HippoCritically Endangered
  • 30. Red Panda
  • 31. Defend .Advocate. Protect.
  • 32. Sea Otter
  • 33. Snow LeopardCritically Endangered
  • 34. Sumatran TigerCritically Endangered
  • 35. Amur LeopardCritically Endangered
  • 36. Tibetan Antelope
  • 37. For some species, it’s too late
  • 38. Bali TigerExtinct 1937 due to hunting and destruction of habitat
  • 39. Island TortoiseExtinct 2012 due to hunting and introduction of competing species.
  • 40. Blue BuckExtinct 1800 due to Hunting and Destruction of Habitat
  • 41. Hawaiian Crow Extinct 2002 due tohunting, destruction of Habitat and Disease
  • 42. QuaggaExtinct 1883 due to hunting
  • 43. Socorro DoveExtinct 1972 due to hunting & destruction of Habitat
  • 44. ThylacineExtinct 1986 due to Hunting andCompetition with other animals
  • 45. WarrahExtinct 1876 due to Hunting and Poisoning