Zoo Project Outline BIANCA FERNANDEZ, MIGUEL SANCHEZ, STEPHANIE SAUCEDO

Introduction

Context: We decided that we should save the tiger

Thesis: We should save the tigers because

Main reason #1: they are apex predators and keep the ecosystem balanced

Main reason #2: they are endangered and need the most help

Main reason #3:they bring a lot of money and tourist into parks such as zoos.

Counterclaim

Animal not being saved: Pygmy Hippos

Reason why: They dont serve a big purpose and not much is known of them

Ecological Functions

Introduction: The tiger is an apex predator in its habitat.

Evidence #1:Tigers have a predation relationship with animals and a commensalism/parasitism relationship with Paragonimus westermani

Toxocara

Uiteinarta

Physaloptera praeputhostoma

Dirofilaria

Gnathostoma spinigerum

Diphyllobothrium erinacei

Taenia bubesei

Taenia pisiformis

Rhipicephalus annulatus (etc)

Analysis of Evidence A: The tiger preys on many animals so if the tigers were to be eliminated animals could over populate and that would be bad.

Analysis of Evidence B:

Evidence #2:

Analysis of Evidence A:

Analysis of Evidence B:

Conclusion

Rhetorical Appeals/Strategies:

Additional biological, medical, social, etc:

Introduction:

Evidence 1:

Analysis of Evidence A:

Analysis of Evidence B:

Evidence #2

Analysis of Evidence A:

Analysis of Evidence B:

Conclusion:

Rhetorical Appeals/Strategies:

Cost to Conserve/Resources Required by the Species

Introduction:

Evidence #1:

Analysis of Evidence A:

Analysis of Evidence B:

Evidence #2:

Analysis of Evidence A:

Analysis of Evidence B:

Conclusion

Rhetorical Appeals/Strategies:

Conclusion

Re-stated Main Thesis:

Review of Key Points:

Call to Action:

Bibliography and Photos/Video Credits

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