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A Habitat-Centered Approach to Endangerment
Everything you've always wanted to know about endangered animals worldwide. Which animals are endangered? Where do they live in the wild? Where can you see them in the US zoos and wildlife parks? This CD-ROM contains interviews with experts working to save endangered and threatened animals and shows what you can do to help save these often rare and beautiful species.
This volume features:
Animals in Danger takes a habitat-centered approach to endangerment, discussing how the destruction of ecosystems fuels the reduction in animal populations. It includes up-to-date information on numbers of many endangered species, as well as the reasons for their plight. Movie sequences show many of the animals in their native habitat.
This CD-ROM includes a database of North American and worldwide endangered and threatened animals as well as project work for students. It also includes maps of the world's major biomes and discusses their features and wildlife.
Animals in Danger is narrated by Norman Gershenz, and contains interviews with experts from San Francisco Zoo, San Diego WildAnimal Park and the Chula Vista Nature Center.
PC - CD-ROM drive, 486 or better processor, 8Mb RAM (16Mb recommended with Windows 95), Sound-blaster compatible sound card, Super VGA graphics card or better (minimum 640x480x256 color resolution), 4x CD ROM drive, Windows 3.1 or 95..
Macintosh - 68030 processor, 13" monitor, 256 or more colors, 8MB RAM, 2x CD ROM drive, PowerPC compatible.
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