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Elephants in Crisis

Elephants in Crisis

Lesson 3: Solutions. Elephants in Crisis. Learning objectives To describe why elephants are an important species that need protecting. To evaluate a range of ways of protecting elephants. To write a persuasive speech for a targeted audience. How threatened are African elephants?.

By Mercy
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East Africa

East Africa

East Africa. Kingdoms & Trade. Coins of Aksum. Coins used by the Kingdom of Aksum How similar are these coins? How are they different?. Coins of Aksum. One has a crescent, the other has a cross What does this tell us? Who was this ruler?. Aksum. How important was Aksum at its peak?

By daria
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Africa and Asia

Africa and Asia

Africa and Asia. World History SOL WHI 10c, d. Essential Questions. Essential Questions. Japan Location and Place. Hokkaido. East Sea or Sea of Japan. Korean Peninsula. Honshu. Korean Strait. Shikoku. Kyushu. Chinese Influences on Japan. Shintoism and Kami. Kami.

By dyre
(147 views)

CONCEPT NOTE

CONCEPT NOTE

CONCEPT NOTE. TITLE :Elephant population dynamics in relation to change in the structure and composition of Woody vegetation in Amboseli Ecosystem. INTRODUCTION.

By loe
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Kingdoms and Trading states of africa

Kingdoms and Trading states of africa

Chapter 11 . Kingdoms and Trading states of africa. Locate the following on pg. 342. Atlas Mountains Sahara Desert Great Rift Valley Mt. Kilamanjaro Nile River Niger River Lake Victoria Kalahari Desert Strait of Gibraltar Atlantic Ocean Indian Ocean Red Sea. Shade in: Rain Forest

By gerard
(173 views)

Kush Civilization

Kush Civilization

Kush Civilization. Ag revolution leads to civilizations -7000-8000 yrs ago. Trade between Egypt and Nubia Kush civilization rose-> Nubia becoming independent of Egypt…becomes Kush 1000BC. Kush take over Egypt-fall eventually to Assyrians important trade centre for India, Arabia, Romans.

By emmly
(306 views)

I. The African Environment II. African Cultural Patterns III. The Peopling of Africa

I. The African Environment II. African Cultural Patterns III. The Peopling of Africa

I. The African Environment II. African Cultural Patterns III. The Peopling of Africa IV. The Bantu Dispersion V. Ethiopia and Northeastern Africa VI. Empires of the Western Sudan VII. Swahili City-States and the Indian Ocean Economy VIII. Kingdoms of Central and Southern Africa.

By samira
(145 views)

Bad Guys

Bad Guys

Bad Guys. Species and Habitats. Whale Hunting- Japan. Makoto Ito Managing director of Kyodo Senpaku Co.- The company that runs the annual Antarctic hunt. Nisshin Maru: The main Japanese Whaling Ship. Is the largest ship of the Japanese whaling fleet.

By istas
(125 views)

I. The African Environment II. African Cultural Patterns III. The Peopling of Africa

I. The African Environment II. African Cultural Patterns III. The Peopling of Africa

I. The African Environment II. African Cultural Patterns III. The Peopling of Africa IV. The Bantu Dispersion V. Ethiopia and Northeastern Africa VI. Empires of the Western Sudan VII. Swahili City-States and the Indian Ocean Economy VIII. Kingdoms of Central and Southern Africa.

By sawyer
(163 views)

Elephant Poaching in Africa

Elephant Poaching in Africa

Elephant Poaching in Africa. What is Poaching?. Illegal hunting, killing or capturing of animals

By fidelia-ortiz
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TAT supports WWF-Thailand’s no ivory Campaign

TAT supports WWF-Thailand’s no ivory Campaign

\u2018Travel Ivory Free\u2019 targets continued surge of ivory purchases made by tourists visiting Thailand.\n\nBangkok \u2013 The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is supporting the World Wildlife Federation-Thailand (WWF-Thailand) on the implementation of its ongoing \u2018Travel Ivory Free\u2019 campaign in Thailand to change tourists\u2019 buying behavior.

By touristhai
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Illegal Ivory Trade

Illegal Ivory Trade

Illegal Ivory Trade. Made by: Ella McCallie. Why am I researching illegal ivory trade?. I LOVE elephants! African elephants are being harmed. They are being killed for their beautiful ivory tusks even though we have already made it illegal. Elephants need their tusks. We do NOT!

By drichardson
(12 views)


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