Endangered Animal Fair Goal: Each student will prepare an exposé of a particular endangered or threatened animal. Students will share their information with visitors on a date which will be announced later. Use this template to do your research. Type the answers to the questions in the spaces provided. Make sure to save your work frequently. Type your answers in a different colour font so you can easily see your work. Use point form. Research outline I. Background information on the endangered animal. What does it eat? What does it look like? What are its predators? Where is it on the food chain? How does it behave in the wild? What is the animal’s natural habitat? Does the animal have any special adaptations? What are they? II. Status of the animal. What is the difference between endangered and threatened status? What is the status of my animal? Why is it threatened or endangered? III. Human intervention What is being done to protect and conserve the animal? Why is it important? What can individuals do to protect the animals?