Endangered Species

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Endangered Species in the Philippines
“The Wildlife of the Philippines has a significant number of plant and animal species that are endemic in the Philippines. The country's surrounding waters reportedly have the highest level of biodiversity in the world. The Philippines is considered as one of the seventeen Mega diverse countries as well as global biodiversity hotspot. In the 2000 Red List of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), 418 of the country's 52,177 species were listed as threatened. The Philippines has among the highest rates of discovery in the world with sixteen new species of mammals discovered in the last ten years. Because of this, the rate of endemism for the Philippines has risen and likely will continue to rise. “ As we all know, the Philippines is a very rich country. In fact, our country’s diverse natural resources attracted so many investors that unfortunately; we forgot to take care of our nature. Both our Flora and Fauna are becoming extinct as our economy grows. We are indeed rich, but what will happen if one of the big reason of our growth disappear? Will we continue to experience the hidden beauty of the Philippines? “DAVAO CITY, Philippines — the Philippine eagle, also known as the monkey-eating eagle (Scientific name: Pithecophaga jefferyi), is a critically endangered species, and its plight made even more sorry with the lack of state funds. “ –DavaoToday.com The pride of the Philippines is already vanishing. So in our research paper, we’ll open the eyes of its readers as we expose the depressing reality of our country. In our little hands, we can make a big difference. We shall share our hidden talents of writing through this research work; which, we hope will create a big impact to you, our readers. Our main goal is to show you this dreading state of our wildlife for you to be educated of which is what to do and what not to. As you read our research, you shall encounter...
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