(Top) The Enterprise Bridge stretches over full water levels at a section of Lake Oroville in July 2011 in Oroville, Calif. (Bottom) The same view in a photo taken this summer, after three years of drought.
There are just four northern white rhinoceroses left in the wild. Other subspecies are more numerous, but all have dramatically and severely declined over the last few decades. From I fucking love science (FB)
Can't believe it's of the worlds major fisheries are depleted! Must stop eating fish fingers.
I would use this is our unit because we are trying to teach the students the effects that human have on the Earth. Most (or all) of these animals populations are decreasing because of humans and the things that we are doing to the Earth. This visual is a great eye opener for the students.
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