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Name: Jung Hyun

Question: Why are the number of Chinese egrets decreasing and why does it matter?

Economic causes Its plume had been traded for money There had been persecution of this bird The eggs stolen helps the people live. People are industrializing the

environmental effects These birds are migratory, that means many other migratory birds are in danger because many migratory birds share similar habitats. When many other migratory birds (including Chinese Egrets) get endangered or even, extinct, the food chain will be snapped. People build factories in the habitats of these birds, polluting the environment. Once the place is protected, the factories wouldnt make pollutants anymore. When these species get extinct, the population of marine species will increase significantly, resulting a lack of oxygen in water.

Economic effects Governments of S. and N. Korea, China, Philippines, and Indonesia have made reserves for the birds to rest and eat peacefully, and that decreases the amount of fishes/crabs caught for humans. The reserve takes up money as there must be people to protect it. The humans build factories on the habitat of these birds, producing a lot of toxic waste but also produces goods.

Conclusion: These species must be protected with other birds because you might think that one species might mean nothing, but the thought can get a lot of species extinct, because every time a species is in danger, you think the same thing. That may leave a lot of species exposed to the dangers of mankind, therefore, leading to extinction. Also, all the problems I mentioned above will come true and many people will suffer a lot. To prevent this, we have to save this bird. Sources:
Bird life MLA sitation: Species. Chinese Egret (Egretta eulophotes). Web. 27 Apr. 2012. <http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/speciesfactsheet.php?id=3712>.

News bank MLA sitation: Migratory Bird Sanctuary Threatened in Philippines. 302 Found. Newsbank, 30 Apr. 2010. Web. 30 Apr. 2012. <http://infoweb.newsbank.com/iw-search/we/InfoWeb?p_product=AWNB>.

"Chinese Egret." Chinese Egret. Web. 08 May 2012. <http://www.oiseaux-birds.com/card-chinese-egret.html>.

Economic causes environmental effects These birds are migratory, that means many other migratory birds are in danger because many migratory birds share similar habitats. When many other migratory birds (including Chinese Egrets) get endangered or even, extinct, the food chain will be snapped. People build factories in the habitats of these birds, polluting the environment. Once the place is protected, the factories wouldnt make pollutants anymore. When these species get extinct, the population of marine species will increase significantly, resulting a lack of oxygen in water. Its plume had been traded for money There had been persecution of this bird The eggs stolen helps the people live. People are industrializing the

Economic effects Governments of S. and N. Korea, China, Philippines, and Indonesia have made reserves for the birds to rest and eat peacefully, and that decreases the amount of fishes/crabs caught for humans. The reserve takes up money as there must be people to protect it. The humans build factories on the habitat of these birds, producing a lot of toxic waste but also produces goods.

Sources: Conclusion: These species must be protected with other birds because you might think that one species might mean nothing, but the thought can get a lot of species extinct, because every time a species is in danger, you think the same thing. That may leave a lot of species exposed to the dangers of mankind, therefore, leading to extinction. Also, all the problems I mentioned above will come true and many people will suffer a lot. To prevent this, we have to save this bird.
Bird life MLA sitation: Species. Chinese Egret (Egretta eulophotes). Web. 27 Apr. 2012. <http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/speciesfactsheet.php?id=3712>. News bank MLA sitation: Migratory Bird Sanctuary Threatened in Philippines. 302 Found. Newsbank, 30 Apr. 2010. Web. 30 Apr. 2012. <http://infoweb.newsbank.com/iw-search/we/InfoWeb?p_product=AWNB>.

"Chinese Egret." Chinese Egret. Web. 08 May 2012. <http://www.oiseauxbirds.com/card-chinese-egret.html>.