Ms Fryer Hornsby Using detail about the Sydney Olympic site makes it personal for your Australian audience. I enjoyed your presentation.
ianmclean Some cleverly chosen images. Shocking statistics about tadpoles!
s3penrithps Thank you to these "Flickr" Creative Commons photographers: cameranaturalist, photokai, OZinOH, yewenyi, Scotticus_, Travis S., joyrex, mtsn, pshab, pabloneco, Michael needs more photo time and yewenyi (x2).
s3penrithps "I love to dance!"
s3penrithps The red-crowned crane of Japan has one of the most beautiful dances in the bird world.
s3penrithps Australia's green and golden bell frog was thought to be almost extinct, until a colony was found at Homebush
s3penrithps where Sydney's Olympic Games site was going to be built.
s3penrithps Axolotls are very timid and harmless creatures. They are the tadpoles of salamanders.
s3penrithps The main reason this rare crane is endangered...
s3penrithps is wetland habitat destruction.
s3penrithps Tadpoles of frogs
s3penrithps and salamanders
s3penrithps rarely grow to become adults. Only 5% of juveniles survive to become breeding adults.
s3penrithps Their wetlands are under threat, too.
s3penrithps Thanks to zoos of the world for their captive breeding programs.
s3penrithps "Save us while you can!"
s3penrithps researched by Amy, James & Ashley, 5/6P, 2011. References included: "The wild ones animal index" at http://www.thewildones.org/Animals/redcrown.html, "Answers.com" at http://wiki.answers.com/", "The Sydney Olympic Park Authority: frog protection" and "Endangered species".