Umbrella effect is the protection of another species as a result of the protection of the habitat of an endangered species. Let's assume that the tiger is an endangered species, the protection of the area where the tiger lives will also indirectly protect the other species inhabiting that place.
by sunny6162 8 years ago
why endangered species are being endangered and want to know their habitat.
by Seckin Esen 4 years ago
What animals are listed on the Endangered Species List?
by Tony Mead 7 years ago
Why does Chinese medicine have to destroy all the world's endangered species?is rhino horn, which is really just dried hair an elixier?
by Sherri 7 years ago
Considering the plight of tuna as an endangered species, should we be eating it out of an easy can?Canned tuna is a staple almost everywhere. We may not buy or fish for fresh tuna, but canned tuna exists on every grocery shelf in the US and maybe every grocery shelf around the world. What's your...
by cmumm86 6 years ago
If you were stranded on a desert island, would you eat an endangered species to survive?
by Susan Ng Yu 8 years ago
Help! I need some advice. Another one of my hubs has been copied verbatim with all the pictures, and the one who copied it indirectly refused to remove it.Three days ago I left a comment on his site politely asking him to remove my article but got no response for two days. This prompted me to file...
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