The Newly Discovered Endangered Species

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Transcript The Newly Discovered Endangered Species

By: Ben Buckingham
Brandon Denton,
& Colton Brooks
THE NEWLY DISCOVERED ENDANGERED
SPECIES
THE SEVEN-TAILED SWAMP BEAST
(Drawing By Benn Buckingham)
APPEARANCE
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This species is a four-legged beast with seven tails
covered with dirty blonde hair. The seven tailed
swamp beast has gills and a lantern on its head so
it can survive underwater as long as it wants to. It
has a protective shell to protect it from alligators
and crocodiles. When fireflies get caught in his
mouth they light his lantern. It also has seven tails
to skewer its foes/prey. It has never been
discovered before because it is really small. This
animal has no eyes and has an extra strong nose
to help it see. 30 cm tall and 45 cm long.
IT’S ECOSYSTEM
The Seven Tailed Swamp Beast lives in the
swamp under the water down in Louisiana. It
sleeps under the mud. The climate in the
bayou is 70% humidity with a wind speeds of
10.4 MPH NW the dewpoint is 74 degrees
Fahrenheit and a heat index of 93 degrees
Fahrenheit. And the biotic factors are he
bugs it eats, the alligators that try to eat the
animal and the grass it hides in.
IT’S HABITAT
The seven tailed swamp beast’s habitat is the
swamps in Louisiana (bayou). This animal’s
habitat also is home to alligators reptile
diversity and plant diversity. This habitat is full
of biodiversity that interact with our newly
discovered species in many ways. There is a
picture of the habitat on the next slide.
SWAMPHabitat
WHY THE SPECIES IS ENDANGERED
The species is endangered because of global
warming and the raising population of it’s
predator the alligator. The human community
destroying it’s habitat. Along with people
littering and polluting the swamps. The animal
finds it hard to adapt to this in environment and
disintegrates.
NICHE
The seven tailed swamp beasts’ niche in it’s
ecosystem is to keep the population of
mosquitoes down. The seven tailed swamp
beast also provides energy for the alligators.
This animal’s feces is the best fertilizer for
grass and trees which provides food for other
animals. Also, this animal can poison other
animals and does this to predators of other
animals.
WHAT WE WOULD DO TO SAVE OUR SPECIES
We will put up “No construction” signs
 We will put up No trespassing” signs
 We will make a law so that anyone who does
not pay attention will be arrested and fined
$250.
We will use the money the government gives us
to do these things
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SAVE THE SEVEN TAILED SWAMP BEAST!!!