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The questions is upload PDF, Please answer these questions by utilizing the given resources ,and any other reputable sources of information. Submit only your answers (without the text of the questions) in a document (DOC or PDF format only) in the Turnitin submission link below. will grade on completeness, so be sure to answer every question for full credit. Remember, all work that you turn in must be in your own words - you will NOT earn credit for copying and pasting text from websites or from the work of other students.

-use your own word please and DO NOT COPY ANYTHING ON LINE! I will be turn in this home work in turn it in! Please Use easy grammar and use your own word to answer all these questions.

-use easy grammar and easy to understand! Please also use complete sentences

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answer part 1

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The Sixth Extinction (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Final project – 60 points – Due by 10pm on Wednesday, 6/13 Species on Earth are becoming endangered and going extinct at alarming rates. In fact, many scientists believe that we are now in the midst of a mass extinction similar to the one that caused the disappearance of the dinosaurs 65.5 million years ago. As you work through this final project assignment, you will learn more about the causes and consequences of past and present mass extinctions. This final project includes three parts (Parts I, II & III) - all parts are due by 10pm on Wednesday, 6/13. More information can be found below. No credit will be given to late submissions. Part I: Mass Extinctions (20 points) Please watch the 10-minute video titled “The Sixth Extinction” at the following site and answer the questions below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z9gHuAwxwAs 1. List three species mentioned in the video that have recently become extinct. 2. What is a mass extinction? 3. List the past five mass extinction events and when they occurred. 4. We are now experiencing the sixth mass extinction. What is causing the current Anthropocene mass extinction? 5. What do you think we can do to help save these endangered species, and life on Earth in general? Please submit answers to these questions in the submission link in the “Final project” tab on the Canvas site. Part II: Endangered species submissions (30 points) You have been assigned a California species that is currently endangered or threatened with extinction. You can find your assigned species in the chart below, including its common name and its scientific name. Please note: If your answers are based on a species other than the one you have been assigned, you will not receive credit for this assignment. 1. Provide the name of your assigned species. 2. Describe the native habitat of your assigned species. Where is it found in California? 3. What does your assigned species look like? 4. What does your assigned species eat? What – if anything – eats your assigned species? 5. Describe the reproductive process of your assigned species. 6. Provide any special adaptations or behaviors that allow your assigned species to survive and thrive in its environment. 7. Describe the reason(s) why your assigned species is endangered. When was it first put on the endangered species list? 8. Is there hope for recovery? What, if anything, is being done to save your assigned species? 9. Provide one additional thing you learned while researching your assigned endangered species. 10. Provide links to your source(s) of information - URLs are fine. 11. Provide a picture of your assigned species. Instructions for posting a picture in your discussion board submission can be found in a 2-minute video at the following site (created by another Citrus College instructor): https://youtu.be/GxfqUjudMrU Please submit answers to these questions in the “Final project submission” forum of the course Discussion board. Part III: Responses to Endangered species submissions (10 points) Please read and respond to at least two Endangered species discussion board submissions by replying to the submission and answering the following question: What did you learn or find interesting about this endangered species? Responses to at least two other submissions are due in the “Final project submission” forum of the course Discussion board. Species Assignments: Student Acosta, Selina Alvarez, Leo Arenas, Sandra Asencion, Angela Avalos Hernandez, Iris Blanco, De'Anna Escobedo, Caitlin Gamez, Jeffery Garcia, Diane Garcia, Jazmine Garcia, Valerio Hau, Dat Chi Huang, Xuancheng Ibrahim, Marina Kading, Mckenna Kalo, Janessa Khan, Memoona La, Franky Liu, Becca Liu, Jiachen Llamas, Thomas Matsuura, Ryan Mccray, Adam Munoz, Lesley Padilla, Janette Reyes, Kailee Rojas, Jaime Sadono, Joshua Sosa, Mayra Stafford, Nicole Torres, Jessenia Vasquez, Kris Vu, Lynn Wang, Zhifan Yang, Iris Zhang, Qun Species - Common name Delta smelt Sacramento River Winter-run Chinook Salmon Owens pupfish White Abalone California condor Northern spotted owl California least tern San Joaquin kit fox Salt marsh harvest mouse Southern sea otter Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep California red-legged frog Arroyo toad Desert tortoise San Francisco garter snake Leatherback sea turtle El Segundo blue butterfly Delta green ground beetle Delta smelt Sacramento River Winter-run Chinook Salmon Owens pupfish White Abalone California condor Northern spotted owl California least tern San Joaquin kit fox Salt marsh harvest mouse Southern sea otter Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep California red-legged frog Arroyo toad Desert tortoise San Francisco garter snake Leatherback sea turtle El Segundo blue butterfly Delta green ground beetle Species - Scientific name Hypomesus transpacificus Fish Type Oncorhynchus tshawytscha Cyprinodon radiosus Haliotis sorenseni Gymnogyps californianus Strix occidentalis caurina Sterna antillarum browni Vulpes macrotis mutica Reithrodontomys raviventris Enhydra lutris nereis Ovis canadensis sierrae Rana draytonii Anaxyrus californicus Gopherus agassizii Thamnophis sirtalis tetrataenia Dermochelys coriacea Euphilotes battoides allyni Elaphrus viridis Hypomesus transpacificus Fish Fish Mollusk Bird Bird Bird Mammal Mammal Mammal Mammal Amphibian Amphibian Reptile Reptile Reptile Insect Insect Fish Oncorhynchus tshawytscha Cyprinodon radiosus Haliotis sorenseni Gymnogyps californianus Strix occidentalis caurina Sterna antillarum browni Vulpes macrotis mutica Reithrodontomys raviventris Enhydra lutris nereis Ovis canadensis sierrae Rana draytonii Anaxyrus californicus Gopherus agassizii Thamnophis sirtalis tetrataenia Dermochelys coriacea Euphilotes battoides allyni Elaphrus viridis Fish Fish Mollusk Bird Bird Bird Mammal Mammal Mammal Mammal Amphibian Amphibian Reptile Reptile Reptile Insect Insect

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george
School: UT Austin

i already finished the 1st part long a go. here it is

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