Zoos Victoria
nick said

i think the eastern barred bandicoot because they are a young species and they are already extinct from the wild and only a few in inclosures and zoo habitats

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noah said

Sumatran Tiger because it is getting poached and selling for money and it is very wrong because we need to keep our wild life and it has now become so bad that if they find a Sumatran tiger they will take it into a zoo and look after it for the rest of its life.

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Samantha said

I think that the animal that has the highest priority is the Eastern Barred Bandicoot because we have very few of them left. They are not known to be alive in the wild. If we don’t save them soon we not only lose a species of an animal but we can mess up the food chain for a few other animals like the snake, the eagles and more. We do not protect these animals enough because no one knows about them which makes it even harder to save them. We have to try our best to save this species or we will lose them within the next 2 years for sure. One of the reasons that the Eastern Barred Bandicoots are endangered is because its’ habitat (which are the grasslands) are dying down and we keep destroying the grasslands and we need to stop that. If we start thinking now and saving them now we can also save grasslands.

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Amelia said

I think the animal species that has the highest priority to save from extinction is The Eastern Barred Bandicoot because there is none left in the wild and only a couple in captivity! These animals are so cute and are not pests so why should we just forget about them and let them die? They aren’t like any other animals they just can’t fly away or fight back they are very small animals. Eastern Barred Banicoots also only have a small life span. So that is some reasons why I think that The Eastern Barred Bandicoots have the highest priority from extinction.

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Alanna said

I think the eastern barred bandicoot because everyone thought it was extinct and they are important animals, they are part of Australia and all people have to do is donate money for the animals. Eastern Barred Bandicoot is very endangered and my class at school has been collecting 5 cents for them and eventually giving the money to Werribee Open Range Zoo.

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Penny said

I reckon we should save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot. The reason for my decision is because we have learnt about it more and have a greater idea of it. They are also very easy to save. All it takes is 5 cents.

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nick said

The helmeted honey eater because right now it has the least amount of people that have helped but once it gets up to aresanbile number of people we should focus on another animal.

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Elliot said

Eastern Barred Bandicoot should be saved because it is an adorable little animal and it is a Australian animal and we don’t have many of them that are that cute.

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natalie said

I think that the animal with the highest priority is the orangutan. They are just like humans because they carry their babies.Their behavior,intelligence and physiology are almost the same as humans that’s why we should save orangutans first.

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Hassaan said

I think we should be more focused on the Eastern Barred Bandicoot because there the closest to be extinct first .We should take care of the ones that are closest to being extinct and are very few in the wild

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John said

I think that pigs are because people eat them and they so cute.

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Kaylah Devlin said

I think it would be orangutans because their habitat is being destroyed because their trees are getting cut down to make parm oil.

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T said

In my opinion the animal that is the highest priority to save and preserve from extinction are plankton (Plankton are small organisms that live in seas, oceans, and pretty much every marine environment. Plankton come in many different shapes and sizes, and can be as big as a jellyfish or as small as a bacteria). Plankton are the primary consumers of almost all marine ecosystems’ food chains/webs. Without plankton the marine world would pretty much crumble.

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Andrew said

I think that the mountain Pygmy possum is a wonderful species and should be saved from extinction. They don’t harm people and are native to Australia. Mountain Pygmy possums only eat one bug then only things like seeds fruits and nuts so they don’t harm any other species.

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