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Email from a Reader Dear National Geographic, I would like receive some information on the endangered species act. I know very little about it and I would like to start learning more about this so I can start teaching a unit on this to my middle school science class. I would like more information regarding United States and more of a broad overview of the act on global scale. I would like to focus my lesson on the Animals of the United States and the effects of humans over the years. Thank you Maria Sanchez Dear Maria, The first thing we can tell you is to use your resources such as the internet the WWF (World Wildlife Federation) website is a great site full of information. Also, our website ( http://channel.nationalgeographic.com ) has a new section to it called special issues. In the section all the
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Unformatted text preview: information covered in the magazine is posted and there is links to other websites with more information posted as well. Word of caution though, make sure when you are searching the internet you are using credible sources. If that does not work try your local library and even your school library. If you still need more information contact the local representative in your state. If there is anything else we can do please write again. Included is a CD full of information on the Act itself and about the animals on the list in the United States. If there is anything else we can do for you please feel free to ask. Bill Robertson Director of Human Resources...
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2010 for the course ENGLISH 10 taught by Professor Zook during the Spring '10 term at West Virginia State University.

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