There really is nothing you can do except try and separate the animal from the plant.
A cypress would be a type of plant. Most of them are trees. If you wanted to know if a certain kind of cypress was an endangered plant you would have to look up the sepcific species. Wikipedia search cypress for more information.
Each plant or animal has it's very own life cycle. To learn the life cycles of endangered plants and animals, one would have to research each plant or animal individually in order to receive and accurate answer.
i would avoid the problom by not capturing an endangered animal!
an example of an endangered animal would be the manatee. they are beautiful and cute and in danger of dying.
If something else eats a plant or animal that becomes extinct, it might become endangered. But it would most likely just find something else to eat.
Such an animal would be considered endangered, or critically endangered if only a handful remain.
Shoot the animal with a pistol in order to save the plant species. Why you might ask? In life, sometimes sacrifices have to be made. In order to save the last plant species, the last animal species had to be sacrificed.
Plankton is composed of tiny plants and animals so those fish would be omnivores - eating both plant and animal matter.
any animal can be eaten if you have the means to get it and cook it. whether or not eating the animal would be legal is another question as some species are endangered. it also depends on the country your in. in some countries its possible to buy endangered sea turtles and other wildlife. not saying its legal, but it is possible.
If an animal is endangered, it means that there are very few of them left and there is a risk of all of that type of animal dying. Killing an endangered animal would further deplete the number of these animals, pushing them closer to extinction.
That would be a symbiotic parasite.
A larger flesh eating animal
I would have to guess Giant Panda.
This would be "endangered".
Correct answer would be a animal!
There is no endangered animal in question large enough to swallow someone whole completely unharmed. The person would indeed be dead in the animals stomach or mutilated. And if an animal indeed is killing humans it will be killed anyway, endangered or not. Yay for dumb questions.
it would be a plant
Plant cells have chloroplasts and animal cells do not.
This would be a parasite.
it isn't good, it would destroy the plant/animal.
A plant cell has chloroplasts and a cell wall, which an animal cell doesn't have.
You can find mitochondria in most plant and animal cells.
Animals take the energy made by the plants in photosynthesis and use that energy to survive. If animal is a herbivore, it eats these plants and then the energy is built up in them from consumption. The next animal in the food chain then eats that animal and gains less energy from the animal than it would from consuming that plant. If we ate beef all the time, we would be feeding off the energy that was given to the cow by eating the grass and other plants. If we ate the same amount of plant matter as the meat, then we would gain more energy.Hope this helps :]