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Biodiversity in Canada

The biodiversity in Canada various and is unique from all the other countries. Each country is
different in the way they control and manage their country. Countries may have the same species,
animals and plants. Connections between cultural identity and the biodiversity of plants and
animals is one example. Also, how Canada been influenced by the natural environment of the
country. Religious beliefs related to local animals in the past is another example. Canadas goal
is to protect their biodiversity.
An estimated 140,000 species are known in Canadas, there are currently between 105108 million named species in the world. In Canada they symbolize their country by the following
items, flowers, butterflies, birds and other pleasing organisms. Canada really do care for the
plants, without plants there wouldnt be fertilization in plants. Canada must have the perfect
temperature to get the best types of plants. Canadas plants are edible and enjoyed by many
Canadians. Different types of species include, fish, mammals, birds, insects, sponges and fungi.
There are about 353 species in Canada who are highly at risk, this number is constantly growing
because species get off the list while others go on.
Fungi is not necessarily considered a plant, they play a
role of decomposer, breaking down organic materials.
Fungi is one of many species in Canada that require
necessary things to decompose. Canadian Biodiversity
Web Site. (n.d.). Retrieved November 17, 2015, from
http://canadianbiodiversity.mcgill.ca/english/index.htm

This is an example of a vascular plant, which


specialize transport tissues. This was the first plant
to make it in land. Canadian Biodiversity Web
Site. (n.d.). Retrieved November 17, 2015, from
Canadian Biodiversity Web Site. (n.d.). Retrieved
November 17, 2015, from
http://canadianbiodiversity.mcgill.ca/english/index.htm

Canadians believe in ordering animals to dive, into the water and bring back mud,
represents he fashions earth. A coyote, a raccoon, a spider and a raven each have a meaning and
represent the belief in which Canadians wordship. This myth relates to Canadas culture based on
the beliefs they are believing in and how the government is making Canadians know about the
myths that are being said around. Complex social and cultural customs are widely addresses the
sacred and supernatural. The number of immigrants that make up the total number of people in
Canada are 20% with 257,515 newcomers entering the country. Canada has two official
languages, French and Canada, image walking down the streets of Canada French and English
are the only languages spoken in Canada. Canadas population is expected to grow in the next
two decades.
Canada has a variety of plants, animals and species surrounding the country. Many
species for years have been distinct and are no longer written on the list of species. Canadians
recognize they need to maintain their country a healthy environment and are concerned of
ecosystems and the loss of species. Many other examples than species have developed
sustainable development strategies.

Works Cited
Canadian Biodiversity Web Site. (n.d.). Retrieved November 17, 2015, from
http://canadianbiodiversity.mcgill.ca/english/index.htm
Evans, L. (2013, June 4). 8 Responses to Diversity in Canada: An overview. Retrieved
November 17, 2015, from http://canadianimmigrant.ca/guides/moving-to-canada/diversity-incanada-an-overview
Smith, D. (2011, December 4). Aboriginal People: Religion. Retrieved November 17,
2015, from http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/religion-of-aboriginal-people/
Welcome to biodivcanada.ca. (2014, July 3). Retrieved November 17, 2015, from
http://www.biodivcanada.ca/default.asp?lang=En&n=560ED58E-1