COST TO CONSERVE/RESOURCE REQUIRED BY THE SPECIES
Introduction (topic sentence): While gorilla resources may be costly, gorillas can actually help bring in more money to the zoo.
B. Evidence #1: Gorillas are the most popular animals at the San Diego zoo.
1. Analysis of evidence A: since gorilla is a popular species they bring in more tourist into the zoo, which results in more revenue.
2. Analysis of evidence B: The gorillas would also bring more tourists in to the city making it much more popular than it was before. For example, the San Diego Zoo made the city of San Diego a good tourists destination.
C. Evidence #2: Gorillas can bring in more money for the zoo, which the zoo could use for other things.
1. Analysis of evidence A: The zoo would grow even bigger, which would lead to more money.
2. Analysis of evidence B: More money equals more chances to conserve other animals besides the gorilla.
D. Conclusion: In conclusion, The zoo will get more money if they save the gorilla.
Re-stated main thesis: The three reasons why we are saving the gorilla are that they help prevent deforestation, they are very important for research, and zoos can benefit monetarily if they conserve the gorilla.
Main reason #1:Gorillas prevent deforestation in their habitat
Main reason #2: We can continue to conduct research on the gorilla species in order to learn more about the gorilla and ourselves
Main reason #3: Gorillas are the most popular animals at the San Diego Zoo. This means that gorillas bring in the most money to the zoo out of any other animal.
Call to action: So, we hope that the zoo makes the right decision in saving the gorilla, as it will help the zoo and the world.