Prepare a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation of vital informati

Sep 16th, 2015
Price: $10 USD

Question description

Include the following elements in your presentation:

  • Describe your endangered species and include images or charts illustrating the species and its peril. Explain why this species is endangered and what extinction threats it faces.
  • Describe invasive species and explain the role of invasive exotics in threatening your endangered species.
  • Describe at least one prehistoric mass extinction event and at least one historical extinction with parallels to the extinction threats facing your species. Compare the past extinctions with the current extinction threat facing this endangered species. In your comparison, address discrepancies between rates of extinction, estimated population sizes and geographic distribution before extinction, and probable causes of extinction for the current threat and past extinction events.

Cite at least five references, including at least two scholarly sources.

Format your references slide consistent with APA guidelines.

Prepare to answer questions and discuss your presentation with the class.

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