Kate Stevenson - Orang-utan
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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Sumatran Orang-utan and Bornean Orang-utan
**WWF Orang-utan Factsheet**
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Species Name (Scientific):
Pongo abeilii and Pongo pygmaeus
**WWF Orang-utan Factsheet**
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Location:
Forests in Sumatra and Borneo in fertile alluvial plains and lowland valleys rich in tropical forests
**WWF Orang-utan Factsheet**
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Habitat:
Subtropical/Tropical Dry and Moist Lowlands in Broadleaf Forests together with inland wetlands including bogs, marshes, swaps, fens and peatlands
**WWF Orang-utan Factsheet**
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
IUCN Classification:
In 2008 - Critically Endangered
ICUN Website
(IUCN, 2009)
Your task
1. Press edit above
2. Using the table button on the menu above select a table with 4 columns and 6 rows.
3. You need to copy the headings in the exemplar above
4. You need to adjust the details for the research you have completed on your animal.
5. Ensure you only work in the area under your name.




Lachlan A - Sumatran Tiger


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Species Name:
(Common)

Sumatran Tiger
Honolulu Zoo
Honolulu zoo
Species Name:
(Scientific)

Panthera tigris sumatrae
Honolulu Zoo
Honolulu Zoo
Location:
Indonesian island of Sumatra
Honolulu Zoo
Honolulu Zoo
Habitat:
lowland forest to sub mountain and mountain forest including some peat moss forests.
Honolulu Zoo
Honolulu Zoo
IUCN Classification:
Critically Endangered
IUCN
IUCN

Miss Stevenson: Great work Lachie!


Alex A - Ghost Bat
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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Ghost Bat
Australian Fauna
(Australian Fauna 2010)
Species Name (Scientific):
Macroderma gigas
Australian Fauna
(Australian Fauna 2010)
Location:
present in Northern Australia, Western Australia, Queensland, and the Northern Territory
Australian Fauna
(Australian Fauna 2010)
Habitat:
lives in caves and mines, prefer to
live in groups
Australian Museum
(Australian Museum
2010)
IUCN Classification:
In 2008 - Vunerable and decreasing
ICUN Website
IUCN 2009


Miss Stevenson: Well done Alex !


Alex B - Red Wolf

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APA in-text reference
Species Name:
(Common)

Red Wolf
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Wolf
(Red Wolf
2010)
Species Name:
(Scientific)

Canus Rufus
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/wiki/Red_Wolf
(Red Wolf
2010)
Location:
North America, Ranges from Texas to
Florida(Presence uncertain in Canada)
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/3747/0
(IUCN Red List
2009)
Habitat:
Coastal rairie and marshland
http://www.thewildones.org/Animals/redWolf.html
(The wild ones animal
index 2000)
IUCN Classification:
Critically Endangered 2008 with only 150
left(reintroduced into Eastern North
Carolina in 1987
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/3747/0
(IUCN Red List
2009)

Miss Stevenson: Alex - great work - you just need to reduce the length of your weblinks as discussed in class. You might want to substitute the wikipedia reference to something more reliable eg IUCN ...

James B - Sloth
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APA in-text reference
Species Name:
(Common)

Maned Three Toed Slot
National Geographic

Species Name:
(Scientific)

Bradypus pygmaeus
National Geographic

Location:
The Eastern Tropics of Brazil
National Geographic

Habitat:
Tropical enviroments
National Geographic

IUCN Classification:
Endangerd
National Geographic

Miss Stevenson: James - good start - but please check your spelling and add in your APA references

Murray B - Turtle


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APA in-text reference
Species Name:
(Common)

Hawksbill turtle.
http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&q=location+hawksbill+turtle&meta=&aq=f&oq=
IUCN
Species Name:
(Scientific)

Eretmochelys imbricata.
http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=en&q=location+hawksbill+turtle&meta=&aq=f&oq=
Hawksbill Turtle
Location:
Indian and Pacific Oceans and
the Central Atlantic.
http://www.marineparks.wa.gov.au/fun-facts/hawksbill-turtle.html
Fun Facts
Habitat:
Coral And Rocky Reefs
http://www.marineparks.wa.gov.au/fun-facts/hawksbill-turtle.html
Fun Facts
IUCN Classification:
Vulnerable
http://www.environment.gov.au/coasts/species/turtles/hawksbill.html
Marine species conversation
Miss Stevenson: Murray - you need to get your information entered. If you are having trouble with the wiki please print out and bring to class on Friday together with your USB

Andrew B - Asian Elephant

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APA in-text reference
Species Name:
(Common)

Asian Elephant
Asian Elephants
1996-2010 National Geographic Society
Species Name:
(Scientific)

Elephas maximus
WWF-Asian Elephant
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Location:
Located all throughout Asia... India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, China, Malaysia (Peninsular and Borneo), Indonesia (Borneo and Sumatra)
WWF-Asian Elephant
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Habitat:
Tropical and Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests,
Tropical and Subtropical Dry Broadleaf Forests
WWF-Asian Elephant
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
IUCN Classification:
Endangered
Asian Elephants
1996-2010 National Geographic Society

Miss Stevenson: Andrew - great work!

George C - Cassowary


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Species Name (Common ):
Cassowary
OLD Government
Department of Environment and Resource Management 2010
Species Name (Scientific):
Casuarius casuarius johnsonii
OLD Government
Department of Environment and Resource Management 2010
Location:
Found only in the tropical rainforests of north-east Queensland, Papua New Guinea and some surrounding islands.
OLD Government
Department of Environment and Resource Management 2010
Habitat:
Tropical rainforests
OLD Government
Department of Environment and Resource Management 2010
IUCN Classification:
Endangered
OLD Government
Department of Environment and Resource Management 2010

Miss Stevenson: Well done George!

Jack C - Dugong


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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Dugong
Dugong-Facts
(Marine Parks WA)
Species Name:
(Scientific)

Dugong dugon
Dugong-Facts
(Marine Parks WA)
Location:
Most dugongs live in the Northern water of Australia ranging from Shark Bay marine park in Western Australia to Moreton Bay in Queensland, however some do live in the Indian pacific waters.
Dugong-Facts
(Marine Parks WA)
Habitat:
Dugongs like to be in shallow coastal waters were the water in warmer and they are protected from large waves.
Facts on Dugongs
(Blog spot Thursday, April 5, 2007)
IUCN Classification:
Vulnerable
ICUN Website
(ICUN 2009)

Miss Stevenson: Good work Jack - try to use more bullet points to ensure these points are in your own words - overall good job!


Jordan C - Siberian Tiger

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APA in-text reference
Species Name:
(Common)

Siberian Tiger
http://www.ci.manhattan.ks.us/DocumentView.aspx?DID=1471

Species Name:
(Scientific)

Panthera tigris altaica
http://www.ci.manhattan.ks.us/DocumentView.aspx?DID=1471

Location:
Amur-Ussuri region of Primorsky Krai and Khabarovsk Krai in eastern Siberia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siberian_tiger

Habitat:
The Siberian tiger is one of the most nothern living tiger, they usually live around the south-eastern parts of Russia.
http://www.tigerhomes.org/cam/tiger.cfm

IUCN Classification:
Critically Endangered
http://animals.about.com/od/carnivores/p/siberiantiger.htm

Miss Stevenson: Jordan - Great start - well done! Be careful though with wikipedia - as it is not an appropriate site to use for research - it is a great starting point but you then need to find the primary data to reference. You need to add in your in-text references ... have a look at MyGrammar for the powerpoint instructions.


Euan C - White Rhino
I will be focusing on the northern white Rhino.


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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
White Rhino
Out to Africa
(Out To Africa, year )
Species Name (Scientific):
Ceratotherium simum
Out To Africa
(Out To Africa, year )
Location:
Africa
Out To Africa
(Out To Africa, year )
Habitat:
Tropical and Subtropical Grasslands, Savannas and Shrublands
World Wildlife Fund
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
IUCN Classification:
Southern White Rhino- Near threatened, Northern White Rhino- Critically endangered (Only 4 left)
World Wildlife Fund
(World Wildlife Fund, 2006)
Miss Stevenson: Excellent - Euan - Well done!!

Ian Dressler - Snow Leopard


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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common)
Snow Leopard
Snow leopard fact sheet
(Snow Leopard Trust,2006)
Species Name (Scientific)
Panthera uncia
http://www.snowleopard.org/external_files/media/Snow-Leopard-Fact-Sheet.pdf
(Snow Leopard Trust,2006)
Location
Central Asia
http://www.snowleopard.org/external_files/media/Snow-Leopard-Fact-Sheet.pdf
(Snow Leopard Trust,2006)
Habitat
Mainly high in the mountains, snowy areas. These areas are China,
Nepal, Bhutan, and parts of Mongolia.
http://www.snowleopard.org/external_files/media/Snow-Leopard-Fact-Sheet.pdf
(Snow Leopard Trust,2006)
IUCN Classification
IUCN: Snow Leopard 2008- ENDANGERED
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/22732/0
(IUCN,2009)
Miss Stevenson: Good one Ian - a little more detail in Location e.g. country and habitat e.g. description of the landscape and vegetation would be good. You also need to use the tips on making your website names shorter as discussed in class today.
Ian - all your shortcuts are at the top of the page - you need to be careful and cut and paste them into your table.



Nikhil D - Bengal Tiger
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Links to Websites Used
APA in-text Reference
Species Name (Common):
Bengal Tiger
World Wildlife Fund
(World Wildlife Fund, 2010)
Species Name (Scientific):
Panthera tigris tigris
World Wildlife Fund
(World Wildlife Fund, 2010)
Location:
Forests in locations including Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar and Nepal - South Asia
(Largest population of tigers found in India).
World Wildlife Fund
(World Wildlife Fund, 2010)
Habitat:
Dry and wet deciduous forests, grassland and sal forests and temperate forests, mangrove forests
World Wildlife Fund
(World Wildlife Fund, 2010)
IUCN Classification:
In 2008 - Endangered
ICUN Website
(ICUN, 2009)

Miss Stevenson: Nikhil - love the picture - well done!

Elon F - African Elephant
Headings
Details from Research
Links to websites used
APA in-text references
Species Name (Common ):
African Elephant
WWF - African elephants
(World Wildlife Fund), 2006
Species name (scientific):
Loxodonta African spp
WWF - African elephants
(World Wildlife Fund), 2006
Location:
Forests, savannas, woodlands, grasslands in South Africa
WWF - African elephants
(World Wildlife Fund), 2006
Habitat:
Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests, flooded grasslands and savannas, miombo woodlands, acacia savannahs
WWF - African elephants
(World Wildlife Fund), 2006
IUCN Classification:
IUCN : near threatened
WWF - African elephants
(World Wildlife Fund), 2006

Miss Stevenson: Great work Elon - please check the reference for IUCN - should this be IUCN site rather than WWF?

Sagnik G - Amur Leopard
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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Amur Leopard
IUCN Red List
(IUCN, 2009)
Species Name (Scientific):
**Panthera pardus**
IUCN Red List
(IUCN, 2009)
Location:
Leopards are found in some areas of Africa and some parts of Southern Asia but mainly in Far East Asia
IUCN Red List - Leopard
(IUCN, 2009)
Habitat:
The African Leopard is found in southern and eastern sub-Saharan areas of the desert and also in the prairies and grasslands. The Asian Leopard is found Southern parts of Asia such as India and the Tropical climates but mostly in the far east near Siberia and Russia where they live in Temperate Broadleaf and Mixed Forests.
IUCN Red List - Leopard
(IUCN, 2009)
IUCN Classification:
In 2002 – The Amur Leopard is Critically Endangered
ICUN Website
(IUCN, 2009)
Miss Stevenson: Excellent Sagnik!


Vinay H - Eastern Barred Bandicoot
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Species Name (Common ):
Easten Barred Bandicoot
Victorian Government Site
(Victorian Government)
Species name (scientific):
Perameles gunnii
Victorian Government Site
(Victorian Government)
Location:
Victoria
Victorian Government Site
(Victorian Government)
IUCN Classification :
A pproximately 150 Eastern Barred Bandicoots
Victorian Government Site
(Victorian Government)
Habitat
G rasslands and grassy woodlands of western Victoria
Victorian Government Site
(Victorian Goverment)


Miss Stevenson: Great work Vinay - just add the year into the APA column eg (Victorian Government, 200X)


Dugald H - Bilby

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APA in-text references
Species Name (Common ):
Greater Bilby
greater Bilby fact sheet
(World Wildlife Fund, 1996)
Species name (scientific):
Macrotis lagotis
IUCN Red List
(International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2009)
Location:
Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia
IUCN Red List
(International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2009)
IUCN Classification :
Vulnerable, used to be endagered
IUCN Red List
(International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2009)
Habitat
Sandy desert ares in spinifex grasslands
greater Bilby fact sheet
(World Wildlife Fund, 1996)
Miss Stevenson: Dugald - great work!

Hari I - Black Rhino


Two male Black Rhinoseros' fighting
Two male Black Rhinoseros' fighting

Two male Black Rhinoseros' fighting





Title
Details from research
Links to websites visited
APA in text Reference
Species name
(Common)
Black Rhinoceros,
Hooked-lip Rhinoceros

IUCN - Black Rhino
IUCN (2009)
Species name
(Scientific)
Diceros bicornis
IUCN - Black Rhino
IUCN (2009)
Location
Situated mainly in the lower regions of Africa
National Geographic - Rhino
(Geographic, 2010)
Habitat
Tropical as well as subtropical grasslands, savannas, shrub lands, deserts, dry shrublands
WWF - Black Rhino
(WWF, 2010)
IUCN Classification
2008- Critically endangered. Population trend- increasing
IUCN - Black Rhino
IUCN (2009)


Miss Stevenson: Great Work

Evan J - Siberian Tiger

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Link to Websites used
APA in-text reference
Species Name:
(Common)

Siberian tiger
Siberian Tiger Facts
(World Wide Fund)
Species Name:
(Scientific)

Panthera tigris altaica
Siberian Tiger Facts
(World Wide Fund)
Location:
Boreal Forest
Siberian Tiger Facts
(World Wide Fund)
Habitat:
forests of the Talysh lowlands in areas where streams and reed thickets along marine lagoons were adjacent
Siberian Tiger Facts
(World Wide Fund)
IUCN Classification:
Around 450 Individuals
Siberian Tiger Facts

Miss Stevenson: Great work! Evan - you need to add in the year in your APA reference eg (World Wildlife Fund, 2006)

Josh K - Jaguar
http://www.quantum-conservation.org/ESB/panthera%20onca.gif
http://www.quantum-conservation.org/ESB/panthera%20onca.gif

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Link to Websites Used
APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common)
Jaguar
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/15953/0
IUCN-Panthera onca
Species Name (Scientific)
Panthera onca
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/15953/0
IUCN-Panthera onca
Habitat:
Tropical Rainforests
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/15953/0
IUCN-Panthera onca
Location:
Central/ South America
http://www.defenders.org/wildlife_and_habitat/index.php
JAGUAR FACTS-Panthera onca
IUCN Classification:
1982 Vulnerable
2002 Near Threatened
http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/15953/0

Miss Stevenson: Great work!


Shalutha K - Iberian Lynx
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A grown Iberian Lynx

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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Iberian Lynx
Endangered Wild Cat
United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act?????
Species Name (Scientific):
Lynx pardinus
Endangered Wild Cat
United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act?????
Location:
Open forests and thickets of the Iberian Peninsula in South-West Europe
The Animal Files
(The Animal Files, 2006)
Habitat:
Mediterranean woodlands and maquis thickets
IUCN Red List
(International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2009)
IUCN Classification:
In 1986 - Endangered
In 2002 - Critically Endangered
IUCN Red List
(International Union for Conservation of Nature, 2009)
Miss Stevenson: Great Work Shalutha!

Tallon K - Mahogany Glider

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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common):
Mahogany Glider
Australian Fauna - Mahogany Glider
(Australian Fauna, 2006)
Species Name (Scientific):
Petaurus gracilis
Australian Fauna - Mahogany Glider
(Australian Fauna, 2006)
Location:
Northern Queensland, Australia
Australian Government - Mahogany Glider
(Australian Government, 2009)
Habitat:
Lowland Eucalyptus Woodland
Australian Government - Mahogany Glider
(Australian Government, 2009)
IUCN Classification :
Endangered
IUCN - Mahogany Glider
(ICUN, 2009)
Miss Stevenson: Great work!
Michael L - Red Panda
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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Red Panda, Lesser Panda, Red Cat-bear, Tolai Hare
IUCN - Red Panda

(IUCN, 2009)

Species Name (Scientific):
Ailurus fulgens
IUCN - Red Panda

(IUCN, 2009)

Location:
Temperate forests in areas like Bhutan; China; India; Lao People's Democratic Republic; Myanmar; Nepal.
IUCN - Red Panda

(IUCN, 2009)

Habitat:
Cool temperate bamboo forests
National Zoological Park
(National Zoological Park, 2003?)
IUCN Classification:
Vulnerable
IUCN - Red Panda

(IUCN, 2009)


Miss Stevenson: Great work!

Mackenzie L - Lumholtz Tree Kangaroo
Lumholtz's_tree-kangaroo.jpg
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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Lumholtz’s Tree Kangaroo
IUCN Red List
(IUCN, 2010)
Species Name (Scientific):
Dendrolagus lumholtzi
IUCN Red List
(IUCN, 2010)
Location:
North Eastern Queensland, Australia. Largely restricted
IUCN Red List
(IUCN, 2010)
Habitat:
Wet Rainforests, and often in secondary forests.
IUCN Red List
(IUCN, 2010)
IUCN Classification:
Least Concern
IUCN Red List
(IUCN, 2010)
Miss Stevenson: Mackenzie - you might want to think about whether this is the best animal to do if the IUCN says that the status is of least concern ... if this means that the numbers are increasing and there are no solutions - there may not be much for you to write for the balance of the assignment - check out the task sheet and have a think if you need to change animals.

Vincent L - Californian Condor


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Link to websites used
APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):

Californian Condor

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Condor
(WIKI,California Condor)
Species Name (Scientific):

Gymnogyps californianus

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Condor
(WIKI,California Condor)
Location:

Grand Canyon area, Zion National Park, and western coastal mountains of California

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Condor
(WIKI,California Condor)
Habitat:

Dry hot lands

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Condor
(WIKI,California Condor)
IUCN Classification:

critically endangered

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Condor

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Miss Stevenson: Well done Vincent - you just need to make the adjustments to your last 2 columns as discussed in class today. Vincent - you also need to steer clear of Wikipedia - you can use this as a starting point - but you need to go to the primary source.

Rhys M - Northern Hairy Nosed Wombat

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Description
Link
APA In-text reference
Species name (common)
Northern Hairy-nosed wombat
NHN-Wombat-Animal Info
(Animal Info,2010)
Species name (Scientific)
Lasiorhinus krefftii
NHN-Wombat-Animal Info
(Animal Info,2010)
Location
Central Queensland
NHN-Wombat-Animal Info
(Animal Info,2010)
Habitat
Semi arid grasslands where there are many eucalypt trees
NHN-Wombat-Animal info
(Animal Info,2010)
IUCN Classification
Critically endangered
NHN-Wombat-Wikipedia
(Wikipedia, 2010)

Miss Stevenson: Good change to research! If there is no date on the Animal Info - put in n.d. You then need to think about if this is a reliable source? It is probably ok here for preliminary information - but you need to do deeper research later in your assignment.

Oliver M - Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat

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APA in text reference
Species Name (Common):
Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombat
Wombat Information Centre
(Wombat Information Centre, 2003)
Species Name (Scientific)
Lasiorhinus latifrons
Wombat Information Centre
(Wombat Information Centre, 2003)
Location:
Inland Regions of South Australia
Wombat Information Centre
(Wombat Information Centre, 2003)
Habitat:
Arid and semi- Arid inland areas including grass plains, Savannahs, Open Woodlands and Low Shrub
Wombat Information Centre
(Wombat Information Centre, 2003)
IUCN Classification:
Critically Endangered
**The Wombat Foundation**
(The Wombat Foundation, 2009)

Miss Stevenson: Oliver - great work!


Tom M - Arabian Oryx

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Link to website used
APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Arabian Oryx
IUCN Redlist
(IUCN, 2009)
Species Name (Scientific):
Oryx leucoryx
Animal Info
(Animal Info, 2010)
Location:
Saudi Arabia, formerly the entire Arabian Peninsula
ADW: Arabian Oryx
(ADW, 2008)
Habitat :
Inhabits sandy and stony deserts.
IUCN Redlist
(IUCN, 2009)
IUCN Classification:
Endangered
Animal Info
(Animal Info, 2010)

Miss Stevenson: Good work Tom - try and finish off your weblinks and references - use IUCN for the last row ...


Joshua N - Tasmanian Devil
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Link to websites used
APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common ):
Tasmanian Devil
About Tasmanian Devils
(Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, 2010)
Species Name (Scientific):
Sarcophilus harrisii
About Tasmanian Devils
(Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, 2010)
Location:
All over Tasmanian except South Western Tasmanian
Mount Stuart Fact sheet
(Jenkins, 2010)
Habitat:
Dense Bush or scrub land and make their home in hollow logs and rocks
Mount Stuart Fact sheet
(Jenkins, 2010)
IUCN Classification:
Endangered
IUCN Redlist
(IUCN, 2009)
Miss Stevenson: Great work Josh - now you just need to change those links to websites as discussed in class

Mitch S - Dhole


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Link to websites used

Species Name (Common ):
dhole
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhole
wikiepeidia 2006
Species Name (Scientific):
cous alpinus
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhole
wikiepeidia 2006
Location:
most parts of south east asia e.g. india,china and other countries
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhole
wikiepeidia 2006
Habitat:
jungles in the remote parts of india
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhole
wikiepeidia 2006
IUCN Classification:
Endangered
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dhole
wikiepeidia 2006

Miss Stevenson: Mitch - Great start - good to see your work on the wiki - well done! Do not use wikipedia - as it is not an appropriate site to use for research - it is a great starting point but you then need to find the primary data to reference.

Ben V - Monitor Lizard
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APA in-text reference
Species Name (Common):
Panay Monitor Lizard
The Monitor Lizard
(Monitor Lizards, 2008)
Species Name (Scientific):
Varanus mabitang
The Monitor Lizard
(Monitor Lizards, 2008)
Location:
Camiguin Island of the Babuyan group, northern Philippines
The Monitor Lizard
(Monitor Lizards, 2008)
Habitat:
The ground of the tropical rainforest of the Panay Island with dense vegetation
The Monitor Lizard
(Monitor Lizards, 2008)
IUCN Classification:
Endangered
ICUN
(IUCN, 2007)
Miss Stevenson: Ben - great work!


Matthew W - Pedder Galaxias

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Species Name:
(Common)

Pedder Galaxias
Tasmanian Government
(Tasmanian Government, 2008)
Species Name:
(Scientific)

Galaxias pedderensis
Tasmanian Government
(Tasmanian Government,
2008)
Location:
Lake Oberon


Habitat:
Shallow lakes surrounded by white sandy beaches
and small rooted vegetation


IUCN Classification:
Critically Endangered
IUCN
(IUCN, 2009)
Matthew - you need to pop in your websites used and your APA in-text references