Help Save the Darwin Fox
By: Teagan Klott
Did you know that there are only 250 Darwin foxes left in the
world? They live on Chile and Chiloe island in Chiloe National Park.
They are also very important to their ecosystem.
The first reason Darwin foxes should be protected is that they
continue plant life by dispersing seeds. They eat seeds, then they
spread the seeds in their droppings. If they die out a lot of other
plants will die out too.
The second reason Darwin foxes should be protected is because
of humans. Humans kill Darwin foxes for their fur and because
they eat farm animals. If a human kills a mother fox the cubs
would die because they cannot feed or protect themselves in their
The last reason Darwin foxes should be protected is that they
are living animals and it is cruel and wrong to kill living things.
So please, please, please help protect and save Darwin foxes
from extinction by giving a donation to the World Wildlife Fund
Thank you for giving what you can.
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