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Species that are more prone to certain risk factors are more likely than others to become extinct. For example, species with a unique lineage, such as the giant panda, are likely to be at severe risk for extinction. Some argue that high-risk species are less successful products of evolution and should not receive extraordinary protection. Consequently, all species at risk for extinction should be equally protected.
Determine whether or not you believe our limited resources for species protection should be focused on species that are at the highest risk for extinction, and explain why.
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Its true that all the creatures have their own importance, but because of limited resources
we need to adopt a practical approach regarding their safeguarding. In my opinion, we should
concentrate...

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