Wildlife Without Borders 2012-2013 Planner

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December 2011, White rhinoceros
December 2011
Q: Why are white rhinos called 'white'?

January 2012, Amur tiger
January 2012

Q: What are three factors which threaten the continued survival of the tiger?

February 2012, Wetlands
February 2012

Q: What are some important, ecosystem-services that wetlands provide?

March 2012, Red-crowned cranes
March 2012
Q: What percentage of earth’s wildlife can be found in China’s ecosystems?

April 2012, Mountain gorilla
April 2012
Q: How many species of African great apes are there?

May 2012, Leatherback sea turtle
May 2012
Q: How many scales does a leatherback have?

June 2012
Q: Which region of the world has the most amphibian species?

July 2012, Monarch butterfly
July 2012
Q: How many monarch butterflies travel each year from Canada and the U.S. to the forests of Mexico to spend the winter?

August 2012, Orangutan
August 2012

Q: Which ape is known as the “man of the forest” in Malay?

September 2012, Scarlet macaw
September 2012

Q: What are the two biggest threats facing the scarlet macaw today?

October 2012, Asian elephant group
October 2012

Q: What is the most obvious difference between Asian and African elephants?

November 2012, African wild dogs
November 2012

Q: What is the USFWS Wildlife Without Borders' signature initiative in the Africa program and what does it do?

December 2012, Brown spider monkey
December 2012

Q: Of the twenty-five most endangered primates in the world, how many are found in Latin America?

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January 2013, Polar bear
January 2013
Q: How many polar bears are estimated to still exist in the world?



February 2013, African elephant
February 2013

Q: How do elephants communicate with one another?