Endangered Animals of the World
by: Mr. Gaudet (over 2 years ago)



Project #2198

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Description

As we progress in the 21st century, our wildlife has seen some tough times with many animals becoming vulnerable for extinction or in some cases actually extinct.  The data expressed in this project will highlight some of the land animals currently in trouble as well as their geographical region of the world.  Although this data does not include all species, it does represent many of species noted by the  worldwildlife.org website.

 

From this data, are there certain areas of the world that appear to have more endangered animals than other areas?

Why do you think that this is the case?

Are we trending to improve the situation.  Give examples to support your opinion? 

I will note that the 2010 data is estimated through readings.  Actual numbers may slightly vary.  

For more information go to  https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/directory?direction=desc&sort=extinction_status

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Reason for Endangerment
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Latitude
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Latitude
Longitude
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Longitude
Living in 2010
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Number
Living in 2015
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Number
Endangered Animal
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Continent or Region
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Status
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Endangered Animals of the World

Project #2198 on iSENSEProject.org


Description

As we progress in the 21st century, our wildlife has seen some tough times with many animals becoming vulnerable for extinction or in some cases actually extinct.  The data expressed in this project will highlight some of the land animals currently in trouble as well as their geographical region of the world.  Although this data does not include all species, it does represent many of species noted by the  worldwildlife.org website.

 

From this data, are there certain areas of the world that appear to have more endangered animals than other areas?

Why do you think that this is the case?

Are we trending to improve the situation.  Give examples to support your opinion? 

I will note that the 2010 data is estimated through readings.  Actual numbers may slightly vary.  

For more information go to  https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/directory?direction=desc&sort=extinction_status


Fields
Name Units Type of Data
Reason for Endangerment
None
Text
Latitude
deg
Latitude
Longitude
deg
Longitude
Living in 2010
None
Number
Living in 2015
None
Number
Endangered Animal
Text
Continent or Region
Text
Status
Text

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Reason for Endangerment Latitude Longitude Living in 2010 Living in 2015 Endangered Animal Continent or Region Status