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This week is all about animals that are endangered. Watch the video and use the powerpoint to think about what we mean when we say an animal species is 'endangered'. Can you imagine a world without orangutans or tigers? Neither can we.
- Use the links below to find out what species are considered endangered
- Pick one of those species and do your own research! (Use some of the links if you need to!)
- Complete An Endangered Animal Fact File
It mightn't seem like much, but knowing more about our world and why some animals are endangered is the first step to change!
- Make a poster to stick in your window to tell people out on their daily walks about animals in danger
- Research ways you can help!
- Join the Eco Warriors in September when we're back at school!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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