BIO 100 Checkpoint UNESCO Research Outline

BIO 100 Checkpoint UNESCO Research Outline - I. Ensuring...

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I. Ensuring the preservation of habitats needed for survival, is crucial to providing a future for earth’s biodiversity and wildlife. II. Virunga National Park is conservation worth saving. A. It is Africa’s first national park (Wildlife Conservation Society, 2008). B. Created in 1925 (Wildlife Conservation Society, 2008). 1. Specifically to protect mountain gorillas (Wildlife Conservation Society, 2008). III. Diversity of life forms found in Virunga National park. A. Elephants, hippos, lions, myriad birds, and amphibians B. Home to all of the worlds remaining wild mountain gorillas (Wildlife Conservation Society, 2008). IV. Biological interrelationships among the life forms. A. Residents of virunga national park depend on the land around them (Wildlife Conservation Society, 2008). 1. Specifically for survival food, clothing, water, and inhabitants. B. Widely diverse landscape ranges from steamy papyrus swamps to glaciers and active volcanoes (Wildlife Conservation Society, 2008). 2.
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