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Science Vs. Animal Extinction (Science Fights Back)

by Nick Hunter

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This book presents a multitude of topics such as: Biodiversity and humans, animals in crisis due to chemical pollution and their habitats being destroyed, climate change, and more. One great component to this text is the connection between the problems our animals and wildlife experience and the ways in which science is working to help "fight" back or restore what was lost or damaged.I appreciate the text features used including: simplistic and real life images as well as clear captions that relate to the text. ( )
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Examines the importance of biodiversity, discussing animals in crisis and ways science is fighting to counteract the impact mankind has had on the environment and endangered species.

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