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Minggu, 25 Mei 2008


Fragile Environment

What is fragile environment?

Fragile Environment is an environment that is easily destroyed and it will be difficult to fix it. For example a wine glass, if you throw it or drop it it will fall into pieces. When it fall into pieces, there is only a small chance for you to fix it. That thing could also happen with our environment, such as ant. If you just squeeze an ant it will die directly. Also l

eaves if you pick just one leave it will affect its life. Those are the two examples of a fragile environment. 

Sumatra Forest

Sumatra’s forest is one of the fragile environment. Lots of logging happen in this forest and people keep burning the plants. Burning plants and logging  affects the habitat of some endangered animals, such as Sumatran rhinoceros, tiger, the Asian elephant,the Sumatran orangutan and the Sumatran rabbit.

Burning the plants will also affects people living in that area. It affects the people because of the smoke that is covering the area and because of that the health of many people is in danger. Besides that burning also changes the climate.

Logging affects the global warming, because of logging the CO2 will reduce. Day by day at least one person will give birth and people will need houses. So, they have to cut down trees even though they know that what they are doing is illegal.

In Sumatra Forest there lived animals with different kind of species. There are 3 most endangered animals living in this forest. The animals are Sumatran rhinoceros, Sumatran tiger and Asian elephant. Most of the hunters hunt tigers. They hunt tigers to make products with tiger’s bones and the other part of the tiger. China is the largest producer.

So, start to save our environment.


Mark McGinley (2007)

Sumatran Rabbit

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Hapsoro, Nur Hidayati, Tiy Chung (2006)

Logging and Burning

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Saint Louis Zoo (2003-2006)

Sumatran Orangutan

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Loren Coleman (2007)

Picture of the Sumatran Rabbit

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CKMC (unknown)

Tiger Hunting

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Nabiel Makarim (1998)

Picture of burning plants

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Jane Ross mengatakan...

Michelle P
Knowledge - 5
Bibliography - 5 - great bibliography!
Grammar – 5
Pictures – 4 – use more then two pictures next time and please explain what they are about.
Well done Michelle!