mgrp_End_Notes - E nd Notes The fi rst genre we choose to...

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End Notes The first genre we choose to use on page two of the magazine is a timeline titled The Timeline of the Endangered Species Act . We picked this time of genre because we felt that it was very important to show the history of the Endangered Species Act to the readers of the magazine. The timeline shows when the Endangered Species Act was first enacted and what legislation was used before its existence in 1973. There have been many provisions to the Endangered Species Act over the years and want to share how it has lost some of its girth but, at the same time it has gained more power. We found that it is very crucial to keep the public aware of the Endangered Species Act because if they don’t someday it made be eliminated, which could in turn result in devastating effects to many ecosystems that rely on the help from the Endangered Species Act recovery team members. We found the information for the provisions and some useful facts at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website, http://www.fws.gov/endangered/esasum.html . The second genre, on page three, that we felt was appropriate for our magazine was an artwork entitled The Essence of True Beauty of four species. Two of which that have been brought back from going extinct and the other two are presently being helped by the Endangered Species Act for the possible threat of
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being extinct. The top left picture is of a Grey Wolf which has just recently been taken off of the Endangered Species List. The top right picture is of a Bald Eagle,
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