Mrs Du Ross-Smith Great start with the first two slides to set the scene for what your presentaion was going to be about. Well done!
Ms Fryer Hornsby It was good to see you choose the wild dog and many people may not see it as an animal in need of saving. Well done!
ianmclean Those are confronting statistics about the African wild dog. Some great image selection in this slideshow.
s3penrithps Photographs are from "Flickr" Creative Commons, with thanks to the following photographers: Arno & Louise, duncan, kab|1992, petitshoo, kab|1992, tgraham, Arno & Louise, petitshoo and Lance Johnson (x2).
s3penrithps African elephants are killed for their ivory tusks.
s3penrithps Only 400 wild dogs are left in South Africa and only 300...
s3penrithps are in protected areas.
s3penrithps These baby elephants were orphaned when their parents were killed.
s3penrithps "If we are so extraordinary...
s3penrithps why isn't enough being done to save us?"
s3penrithps African elephants can drink up to 225 litres of water a day.
s3penrithps African wild dogs are carnivorous, and quick on the ground, but they cannot climb trees.
s3penrithps Researched by Chloe, Cecelia and Marcya, 5/6P, 2011. References include "Wikipedia", "National geographic" magazine, "Encarta for kids" CD-ROM, "Endangered animals" by Steve Parker and "Africa's big three" by Jonathan & Angela Scott.