Infographic Template Galleries

Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 WHERE They live According to Wikipedia, it lives in the lowland forests in Thailand and Myanmar (burma) where there is a lush and heavy vegetation and where there are lots of insects they only travel 10 - 60 hectares from the nest. They are extremely territorial and live where their young/eggs are . Due to deforestation if a bulldozer (example) destroyed a nest the eggs/young and the adults will die and for each kilometer there are 7 Malayan peacock living there. WHYIt is going extinct because It lives in such a small area that if that area gets cut down 3 Malayan peacock will die. they live at the nest to protect their young and the males can only go 100000 to 600000 Square meter. They normally live in the nest so one bulldozer can squash a nest then 7 Maylan peacocks will die. Sustanibility compassEconomy: Positive: the good thing about this bird is that it gets rid of unwanted insects and save money from buying insect repellent and if there is one of them who is really close to dying they can use its feathers as fashion after it dies or is really really close to dying so the place could get money from selling the feathers.Negative: It may limit the amount of wood used to build their houses and they might not have anywhere to live. People may have to spend a little bit more money to get wood transported to them.Wellbeing:If you cut down the trees other organisms might more light. The economy is the most important point of the compass because it emphasizes that you save money and that it also goes into happy/well being and people can get more money because it looks very very nice and it will attract tourists Gets rid of insects meaning we can save money on buying insect repellent because they eat flys,Wasps and grasshoppers. Also they look very beautiful and if it goes extinct no one will see how beautiful. The positives of the conservation methods:Now that they are in a zoo they are protected from being killed because of the removal of their habitat and people killing them for fashion The negative is that it will affect the food chain because there will be a lot of insects because they are not eating those insects They will be born and raised in captivity they will not have their perfect environment I think the most important aspect is wellbeing to keep it safe until it survive and reproduce and become less endangered What others have doneAcorrding to wikipedia they have made a habitat at a zoo called Tana negra national zoo to preserve the birds and breed them. They have protected forests for the bird also they stop people cutting down forests where the birds are. sources:"Malayan Peacock-pheasant." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 12 Feb. 2014. Web. 07 Dec. 2014. "Species." Malay Peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron malacense)., n.d. Web. 07 Dec. 2014. EXTRA INFORMATION:According to They only lay 1 egg per nest and there are only 2,500 - 9,999 alive today. REFLECTING ON THE IMPACT OF SCIENCE - RESEARCH OF A THAI ENDANGERED ANIMAL
Create Your Free Infographic!