Informative Speech On Ecosystem In Botswana

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Student Name: Breandan Smith
Date: 3/1/17
Topic and Country: Ecosystems in Botswana
Purpose: To inform my audience about ecosystems in Botswana.
Thesis: Botswana ecosystems are very unique and diverse. They have many different types of animals, plants life, and climate.

Introduction
Attention Getter: If I went somewhere in Africa, I would go to Botswana. I would go to Botswana because they have a very unique country. The country has many different types of not only animals, but plants, and climate. An ecosystem is a group of plants and animals that depend on each other and their environment for survival. The animals are considered “natural resources.”

Reason to Listen: All of the animal life brings in money to the country. The tourist
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I found out Botswana has a ton of different kinds of animal life. They also have many different types of plant life and climate.

Thesis and Preview of Main Points:Botswana ecosystem is very unique and diverse. They have many different types of animals, plant life, and climate.
First, I will discuss… all of the animals in Botswana (live, kinds, domestic, and protected area).

2. Second, I will discuss about the plant life in Botswana.
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3. Third, I will discuss about the two main climates in Botswana.

4. Finally, I will talk about the dangerous and endangered animals.

II. Restate Thesis: Botswana 's ecosystem is very unique and diverse. They have many different types of animals, plant life, and climate.

Topic Sentence for first main point. There are many different types of animals in Botswana.
Botswana has many different types of animals, and all of their living situations, and protected areas.

There are more than 169 different types of animals like monkeys, rhinoceroses, and hippopotamuses ( Sara 27).

Animals are considered natural resource (Sara 13).

In Botswana, there are more than 500 different types of birds like the grey lourie (Sara

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