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    Hawksbill sea turtles are found mainly inalso feed on invertebrates, with a predilection for sponges.
    When they dislodge pieces from
    the tropical regionssurface of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.coral, this provides access to opportunistic reef fish to feed.
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Sunday, February 28

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    Miss Stevenson: ???? See blue points at the top of the page. Also check out Nikhil, Elon and Shulutha's entries for further guidance
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    The Pedder galaxias is a great animal. People would love to see it because it is unique and it has multicoloured fish

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    Because of human fishing practices Hawksbill turtle populations are threatened with extinction. The world conversation union classifies the Hawksbill as critically endangered. Several countries, suchas China and Japan, hunt them for their flesh, which they consider a delacisy.
    There should be permits/licences and if they keep killing them they will taken of them and they will also be fined
    http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/8005/0
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    Because of human fishing practices Hawksbill turtle populations are threatened with extinction. The world conversation union classifies the Hawksbill as critically endangered. Several countries, suchas China and Japan, hunt them for their flesh, which they consider a delacisy.
    http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/8005/0
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  4. page 7. Key argument B - Environmental sensitivity edited ... · The Amur Leopard is a carnivore which means that it eats meat. The leopards’ main food sourc…
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    · The Amur Leopard is a carnivore which means that it eats meat. The leopards’ main food sources which are deer, wild boar and hares are dropping rapidly in numbers meaning that the leopard is fast running out of food sources.
    · The Amur Leopard has been forced into a very small are of forest which is its habitat. The Government and the people should create more area of forest for the Amur Leopard to spread and grow in numbers.
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    Miss Stevenson: Rhys - great work!
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    Some local residents might oppose protecting the Arabian Oryx as they traditionally ate the animal.
    By creating Arabian Oryx "farms", which could breed them and butcher them for meat.
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    Stakeholders 3:
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    Local businessmen might oppose the protection of the Arabian Oryx as they cannot get the animal's fur for clothing
    Similar to Stakeholder 2 solution, only for processing of their fur.

    Miss Stevenson: Good start Tom - but you need 3 stakeholders .. the points you raised above are good
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    Farmers of crops and livestock would want to continue to kill Tasmanian Devils if they harm any livestock or destroy any crops
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    · Amur Leopards are currently critically Endangered on
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    · The forest should be left untouched so that the leopard can live properly without loss of habitat.
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    _​-One of the four last of the Oryx's species.
    -The Arabian Oryx is a well known animal and one of the most recognizible in the Arabian Peninsula- needs to be saved for future gens- it would be a shame to see this species disappear.Miss Stevenson: This bit needs to be expanded
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