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  Endangered Animals World
What's an endangered animal?
Which animals are in danger?
How big is the problem?
What can you do?
Is it all our fault?
What's being done?
Why are they dying out?

 
Rainforest Is it all our fault?
Animals have always died out naturally, the Dinosaurs were around for millions of years before they became extinct.

BUT conservationists reckon animals are now becoming extinct up to 10,000 times faster than they would do if there were no humans around.

But the our growing population and interference with our environment mean the process of extinction's getting faster.

Our world is changing faster than some species can adapt.


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