Save The Secretary Bird Madi dittsworth, Emily morris, john hammer

The Secretary Bird helps contribute to the ecosystem by keeping balance throughout the other species. The secretary is bird is a very vital to keeping a thriving, natural habitat because of its ability to spread healthy species of plants, eat harming animals, and being able to stay alive with a fairly low cost of living, this is why we should fight to conserve this animal.

Imagine all the grasslands in the world without the lush and grasses. Without the secretary bird, we would have none of that. the secretary bird is a good distributor of seeds that help the greenery of grasslands to grow.

The plants grown in grasslands offer shelter for the other animals, it produces foods and can save other species when needed. The secretary bird is important in order to keep things growing and reproducing.

If the secretary bird were to become even more endangered, this would lead to dramatic decrease in seed distribution, which would reduce biodiversity. In a similar case, there is a decrease in pollination due to the decrease in the honey bee population.

The plants grown by distributed seeds create a more diverse environment for everyone. Whenever the secretary bird spreads around seeds, the grasslands start to grow more and more plants, creating a more aesthetically pleasing area for organisms and also us. It helps humans and animals, by providing food, shelter and the other important resources. Without the distribution done by the secretary birds, many other animals would go extinct in that area.

The strongest ecosystems in the world are those with a high level of biodiversity. Considering that the grassland provides a high level of biodiversity for many animals and plants, means we should protect the things that protect, and help to make it prosper, the grasslands and similar environments.

Overall, the secretary not only benefits the environment it lives in, it helps the other organisms in the same area.

We chose to not save the camel because it is very large and it needs a lot of resources which costs more money to conserve it. Plus, it's habitat is very large and bland. It also costs more to conserve because the animal is so big and it requires a large habitat.

The Secretary bird is a very important animal in order to keep others and ourselves safe. Most of the secretary birds diet includes rodents, snakes, and other species that can be harming to other organisms.

If the secretary bird eats those pests then a lot of other organisms will be able to thrive. Without the rodents and snakes species of plants will be able to live much longer and reproduce. The zoo wouldn't have to pay much for it's diet because the rodents and snakes are not expensive. The secretary doesn't eat very much, meaning it will both help with cost and habitats. since the things the bird eats are very small and inexpensive, the zoo is able to provide them for a low price. The diet of this bird consists of only small creatures that will not take up very much room in the habitat.

The resources required to keep the secretary bird alive are not expensive compared to the other animals such as other endangered animals. The camel for example, needs a dry area for it's habitat. It also need leaves and trees and quite a broad terrain. The secretary bird only needs a small amount of space in order to live a good and healthy life. The bird is able to live among other small birds. Since the bird can live among all other small birds, it offers a habitat for more than one species. The cost of the habitat is lowered when they can share it with others, along with some food. Also the secretary bird sleeps in a small tree and their is still room for other species to live in the area. The cost of the habitat is lowered when they can share it with others, along with some food. Also the secretary bird sleeps in a small tree and their is still room for other species to live in the area.

The secretary bird has a lot of benefits that help us along with many other species and organisms, this is why we should save it. More plants, less cost to conserve, and even befits the human race, clearly the secretary bird is the smartest to choice to keep alive. However you decide to look at it, the world, is a better place with the Secretary bird in it.

We chose to not save the camel because it is very large and it needs a lot of resources which costs more money to conserve it. Plus, it's habitat is very large and bland. It also costs more to conserve because the animal is so big and it requires a large habitat.

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