Published March 1984
by Children"s Press (CT) .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Written from the unique perspective of an year-old author, this book engages children in the lives and challenges of endangered species, helping other young people learn about these animals as the first step toward saving : Jennifer Bove. With a goal of photographing every animal in captivity in the world, he has photographed more than 6, already and now, thanks to a multi-year partnership with National Geographic, he may reach his goal. This book showcases his animal portraits: from tiny to mammoth, from the Florida grasshopper sparrow to the greater one-horned rhinoceros/5(). The book illustrates 68 (69 on dust cover)animals and plants that are considered endangered in the pictures are all in unnatural settings with a black or white backdrop which is bizarre but the author gives a facile reasoning for his odd some of the photographs are good the majority are poorly lit,out of focus,arty /5(88). endangered or threatened species, EPA will tell you on the label of the pesticide container how to find out what you need to do to protect that species. EPA will have a bulletin that explains how to use the product in a way that will not harm the species. The plants and animals shown in this coloring book .
List of endangered animals, with pictures and links to further information. It’s hard to believe that many of the world’s best-known animals are fighting for survival. Today there are fewer than 4, tigers left in the wild. It would be a tragedy if tigers disappeared from the wild altogether, but it could happen in our lifetimes. 51 rows Panthera tigris sondaica. Critically Endangered. Critically Endangered. Western Lowland . Established in , The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species has evolved to become the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of animal, fungi and plant species. The IUCN Red List is a critical indicator of the health of the world’s biodiversity. Far more than a list of species and their status, it is a. Endangered Animals Who doesn't love watching a panda eat bamboo or a tiger sunning itself? Sadly, those moments are destined to become more rare if steps aren't taken to protect endangered animals. This mix of picture books and nonfiction titles is a great collection for the budding environmentalist.
Students expressed a lot of curiosity and interest about endangered animals and threats to animal populations which is related to the habitat and communities strand of the Grade 4 Science curriculum. This book by Jenkins and White introduces students to a huge variety of endangered and extinct animals. With some creatures, like the tiger, more. An interactive look at endangered animals imploring readers to discover fifteen species facing extinction. Inspired and endorsed by the "Red List" database of animals in peril maintained by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) this illustrated book introduces species from six different habitats on six continents. Five Things about Endangered: 1. This is the first five star review I've given that is five stars for how I would've viewed this book as the target book is an upper YA, and although I enjoyed it, it would've made my eyes huge with wonder and shock as a /5. Ben Hoare is an editor and author of books on nature and natural history, including Eyewitness: Endangered Animals, Trees and Leaves, and Pond Life. A fellow of the Zoological Society of London, his work can also be seen published in BBC Wildlife and Birdlife magazines, and on /5(25).