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A bird in the hand ants

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A bird in the hand ants

  1. 1. A BIRD IN THE HAND MADE BY ANTS
  2. 2. THE MAN THAT RE-DISCOVERED A EXTINCT SPECIES • Brent Stephensen was a famous man that managed to rediscover the New Zealand storm petrel on 25, Janurary 2003.
  3. 3. WHY WAS THIS BIRD UNIDENTIFIED AT THE TIME? • The New Zealand storm petrel was unidentified because it was believed to be extinct at the time.
  4. 4. WHY ARE STORM PETRELS CALLED THAT? • They are called that because they go across vast, stormy oceans.
  5. 5. WHY WAS A UNIDENTIFIED BIRD A EXITING DISCOVERY? • Because then, not only did you save a (almost) extinct species, you are also helping us discover answers to some questions we are asking.
  6. 6. WHAT DOES A BIRD IN A HAND MEAN? • I think it means “Make-do with what you have, and don’t chase impossible dreams.”, to be honest.
  7. 7. WHY DID THE CREW (THAT WAS SHOWING THE PEOPLE ABOUT THE BIRD) THROW BURLEY INTO THE WATER?• So that way the Birds would be attracted to this area.
  8. 8. WHY DO YOU (ME) THINK SPECIAL PERMITS NEED TO BE OBTAINED IF YOU WANT TO TAKE BLOOD FROM A WILD BIRD?• So the authorities know and you can contact them if needed.
  9. 9. DO YOU THINK THAT IT IS EXCITING THAT A NEW SPECIES OF BIRD IS DISCOVERED? WHY? • Yes. Not only did you bring awareness to a (almost) extinct bird species, you also gave us some answers to some questions.
  10. 10. FAST FACTS! • It has been believed to be extinct in 1850, but as you know, it was rediscovered in 2003. • FAST FACTS! • The first egg of this bird is white with a fine dust of pink spots in one end. • FAST FACTS! • On the conservation status on Wikipedia, it is considered to be on “Critically Endangered”. • FAST FACTS!
  11. 11. PICTURES OF THIS BIRD
  12. 12. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! Hope you have a good time and if you have the time to, watch again!

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