Endangered and Extinct Species 2003

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Unformatted text preview: An Understanding and a Plan An Understanding and a Plan Joseph Stingel – Axia College of University of Phoenix – SCI275 April 25, 2008 Increasing Seriousness • Background Extinction – Cannot adapt to changing environment – Progression of the food chain • Mass Extinction – Happens rapidly – Reasons are only theorized • Habitat Destruction • Pollution • Invasive Species • Overexploitation • Tropical Deforestation by the Poor • Industrial Waste Products • Growing Human Population • Killing of Pest Species • Unknowingly Transporting Invasive Species • Decrease in Deforestation • Reduction in Pollution of All Types • Strict Enforcement of Poaching Laws • Education Concerning Invasive Species ...
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