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NAME: GARZON XOCHITIOTZI KARLA FRIDA

TEACHER: REBECA MARIEÑA

SUBJECT: ENGLISH

TITLE: OSO PANDA

SCHOOL: COLEGIO DE BACHILLERES
“PLANTEL NUMERO 7 “

GRUPO: 120

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CALIFICACION

PANDA BEAR

2 INTRODUCTION
A) WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY SPECIES IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION?

R= the types of animals that already have little population or familyfor different reasons.

B) IS IT THE SAME IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION THAT EXTINCT?

R= not, because endangered means that they are about to disappear and is extinct are gone or no longer exist.

C) WHICH SPECIES ARE IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION?
R= animals that are endangered are: borrendo, tapir, manatee, grizzly bear, flamingo, hawksbill turtle among others.

3 CHOOSE AN SPECIE INDANGER OF EXTINCTIONAND PROVIDE GENERAL INFORMATION.

A) COMMON AND SCIENTIFIC NAME.

R= is the common name and scientific panda is Ailuropoda melanoleuca

B) NUMBER WILD SPECIES AND NUMBER OF ANIMALS IN CAPTIVITY.
R = in captivity, it is necessary to build an air-conditioning and air pressure sometimes appropriate, as inevitably would otherwise die.

C) WHY IS THISSPECIE IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION?
R= the panda is in danger of extinction because it was hunted by the population of china.

4 HOW CAN WE PREVENT THE EXTICTION OF THIS SPECIE?

R= Punish the hunting of this species, do not buy or sell their skins, to provide a suitable habitat for their needs.

5 CONCLUSIONS

That we, all Mexicans, we are privileged to enjoy thebeauty and tenderness of these rare animals such as the Chapultepec Zoo and host a live specimen of this species, which was given by government officials in China.

About panda learned that their diet consists almost entirely of leaves, stems and shoots of various species of bamboo, but sometimes eat meat.
Also another conclusion we draw is that we must have conscience on the panda and not gohunting because there are no high panda species, we must protect them before it is extinguished.

6 SOURCES
The sources used for this investigation were Wikipedia, http://redescolar.ilce.edu.mx/redescolar/publicaciones/publi_reinos/fauna/oso_panda/oso-panda.htm, and http://html.rincondelvago.com/oso-panda.html.

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