Adalee Wisconsin

Endangered Animals

Why Endangered Animals need our help.

Dear Future President,

“Protecting wildlife for a healthy planet. WWF works in unity with many to achieve lasting conservation results. Together, we can protect and restore species and their habitats.” Says World Wildlife Foundation.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-Endangered Species. ESA stands for Endangered Species Act. This act was made by a President in 1973. After being approved by court and released into the public, everyone realized that the animals and plants that we see everyday, from a bird in the sky to the grass in your lawn, could disappear, and without the act saying that we had to protect them. In 2100 they could all be gone.

This program(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-Endangered Species)is set to protecting the animals in the nation that are close to extinction and help them bounce back from the set back. When under this act endangered or threatened animals and plants will be protected. This is important for how many animals we save is more earth friendly our nation will become.

The World Wildlife Foundation will help protect Endangered species, and encourage others to help them save all of these animals. Why they protect wildlife you might ask? WWF is inspired by wildlife, that is why they protect them. Though this website you can adopt an animal and research many others as well, all the way from from elephants to sea turtles. Endangered animals are almost extinct. Critically Endangered animals are even closer. Without most programs, most of these animals wouldn’t even exist.

The purpose of the U.S. is to set an example, if we solve all of our nation's problems and all the challenges the world faces becomes a whole lot easier. Others will follow and this nation can help the world be a better place, but first we have to solve our own problems. When will the world leaders come togethers and get something done about the animals that have been on this earth longer than us?

So Future President; what will you do?