The Search for Europe's Endangered!
By Sahil R., Katherine Y., Ryosuke A., and Julie S.
Europe's Endangered Animals
Save Europe's Endangered Animals!
Help the brown bear, Asiatic lion, Mediterranean monk seal and sand cat survive!
The Brown Bears by Ryosuke Aramaki
Brown bear has the ability to live in most of the condition like forests, desert, and tundra, they prefer living in place where there is a available shelter during the day. Brown bear's could weigh up to 1500 pounds and when they are a kid, they weigh around 300 pounds. Learn more about the critically endangered brown bears at https://www.smore.com/fd17/edit?ref=my!
The Asiatic Lions by Sahil Railkar
Did you know that a lion's roar can be heard from 5 miles away? This is the Asiatic lion. The Asiatic lion is also known as panthero leo persicus. This endangered animal is as unique as its cousin, the African lion. Save the Asiatic Lions at https://www.smore.com/5ntr-save-the-asiatic-lions?ref=my!
The Mediterranean Monk Seals by Julie Song
Mediterranean Monk Seals are mammals that live under water and dives 11.6. They are critically endangered and their population is currently decreasing. They are already extinct in many areas and in some areas only have few of them left. Be more amazed about the Mediterranean monk seal at https://www.smore.com/7ccm-save-the-mediterranean-monk-seal!
The Sand Cats by Katherine Yang
The sand cat is a unique, furry mammal that is found in deserts. It lives is burrows and is a carnivore. Interestingly, it doesn't need to drink water. It gets the water it needs from the food it eats. These sand cats are nocturnal and can make special sounds too. But, sadly, these small animals are in the danger of being extinct. Be an expert about sand cats at https://www.smore.com/gz1a-save-the-sand-cats?ref=my!