The Legend of the Flying Frog
The Endangered Species Act is a United States law that protects endangered animals and plants. When scientists—after years of observation and study—decide that a plant or animal is in danger of going extinct, they present their evidence to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services. If the agency is convinced by the scientists, the animal is put on the Endangered Species List, and both it and its habitat are protected. Thanks to the Endangered Species Act, animals like the bald eagle have been brought back from the brink of extinction.
This is your chance to invent a story about a made-up endangered species. Here's the story. You draw the pictures and write the captions. Go to each page and print it out.
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