To where have all the black-footed ferrets disappeared? The black-footed ferrets have been endangered since 1967 in the southwestern corner of North Dakota due to loss of habitat and a depletion of their prime food source. First of all, the prairie dogs and the other animals that lived in their homes were the ferrets prime source of food. Secondly, the ferrets, like many other animals, used the prairie dogs’ burrows as homes. Last, the farmers and ranchers whose cattle land has been invaded by the prairie dogs are eradicating them.
In document 3, it states, “Unarmed Russian men had to be sent into the trenches to wait till their comrades were killed or wounded and their rifles became available.” While soldiers were being sent to war they depended on a comrade's death in order to grab a weapon and fight themselves. Soldiers going into war not provided with weapons shows how Russia was industrially behind and careless. In document 10, it states, “Last spring we had not ploughs enough to do the needed ploughing, and that is we do not have crops. There is not enough rye in the district to take us through the winter, let alone to feed the towns.” The farmers are not having enough supplies by cause of the government's involvement in the war. The townspeople are suffering greatly due to the lack of food resulting in many deaths and that is what made them contribute to the revolution.
Unknown to many of the Native Americans at the time of their capture, they were leaving their home behind forever as well as their livelihoods. When General Scott and his men came and arrived to force people out of their homes, many people “did not have blankets and many of them had been driven from home barefooted”(Burnett). At the time of their capture, they were not given any information, which made their journey very brutal considering many of them did not have the proper protection from the harsh weather. As they started on their long journey “many of the children rose to their feet and waved their little hands good-by to their mountain homes, knowing they were leaving them forever”(Burnett). The people that were left in the tribe at the time did not sign up to leave their homes, which demonstrates how powerless they were over the invasion.
Her mother died that day, giving birth to Billie’s brother. And unfortunately he died to. They all blamed it on Billie, not her father who left the kerosene pail there in the first place, who left billie and her ma to fend for themselve. The dust was getting worse and worse, Everything was all dried up, crops were growing bad, piles and piles of dust filled up like snow, people were trapped and stuck in there homes or outside that is, animals were dying off. It was just a rough and bad time.
Louisiana 's marshes are constantly changing, and it 's costing a lot of money to save it. The cost is $14 billion to stop coastal erosion, which is at a rate of losing 2.5 acres of land per hour. New Yorkers should help pay for the cost too, as they are also being affected levees, man-made and natural causes, economically, environmentally, and socially. The main problem with the marshes is coastal erosion, which is affected greatly by levees. Levees direct river water straight into the Gulf of Mexico, where it no longer deposits sediment along the coast (p. 36).
During 1607-1611, early Jamestown colonists died to many reasons like starvation, occupations, and drought. Colonists did not have many resources to live a long life. That is why they died so fast through 1607-1611. Colonists died because they tried to find a new settlement for more land so they can have more resources and for a stronger defense, but instead they got attacked and there was not a lot of food there to feed them all. Colonists died by attacks by Indians.
Animal Cruelty Animals have been on this earth since God first created it. They have lived and walked among men since. But today, it seems that people have started caring less and less for them. There are so many animals on the street without homes, without love, or a family. Animals are being sent to slaughterhouses or taken to the middle of nowhere without the necessities they need to survive.
They didn’t give them any food when they were on a monthlong journey and many ended up starving. The Khmer Rouge forced them out of their homes and changed their conditions, which ended in many deaths, they intended to destroy members of the
They are then trailered across the border to foreign slaughterhouses, which takes 43 hours on average. Because of the high risk of the horses escaping, the trailers cannot be opened to give them food or water during their journey. When trailers cross the border, American laws no longer have authority over the animals inside, so their welfare is not protected. As the United States Government Accountability Office stated in a 2011
First they are going to eat up all the plants in the forests which “harms biological diversity of vegetation” and makes a lot of the plants in the area go extinct (White-tailed deer Overpopulation). Once the deer are finished destroying all the plant life in the forest area they need to find their food source from somewhere else. What a better place than farmland? Fields full of food. “Deer in the US eat 15 million tons of vegetation each year, which costs about $248 million in damage to crops and landscaping in the Northeast alone” (White-tailed deer Overpopulation).