Wildlife Conservation is often seen as a bad thing, but if you look at it from my perspective, then it is actually a good thing. People think of it as holding wild animals captive, but we are actually protecting them from poachers. The purpose of Wildlife Conservation is to protect the animals in danger, which I am in agreement 110%. Other people argue that we shouldn’t have conservations, but they don’t know the harm that can happen to unprotected animals. Now, there are some cons to wildlife conservation, but so many more pros.
The United States has protected over fifty million acres of land making it, so nothing can be built on the land, but what is really stopping anyone to build on this land? With this land trust being in place you think it would help save the animals that are at risk of being endangered when in reality this is not the case. Wildlife is losing their homes at an aggressive rate and with the increase of climate change animals are now migrating to other lands to call home and this will cause danger almost the animals as new breeds will be made, and we are unsure of how they will survive. It's important to protect animals and plant species along with their natural habitat, the main objective is to make sure the wildlife habitats will be preserved. When we conserve and protect the natural habitat of wildlife, we enrich our plant in order for us to make this happen we must keep the wildlife in their natural
No. Let nature take its course. Many people say that bringing back extinct animals would drastically improve the ecosystem. However, the habitats of many of the animals that people are trying to bring back have mostly been changed or destroyed. This means the animals may have to relocate, which would result in it being an invasive species, and we all know the unwelcome effects of invasive species.
The sharks have a major role in the ocean and people do not know that's why we have to save sharks. Plus they have many predators that can kill them in the ocean. One of the threats is humans, the reason is that countries are fishing them. They fish sharks and they take off their fins for an Asian food that's supposed to be a delicacy. There are high demands for shark fins and it's really
Hunting has a deeper meaning to some people and to take that away from them is in some ways inhumane. In addition, the detrimental wildlife issues that would emerge if hunting were no longer an option to keep animal populations under control would increase significantly. The idea of keeping hunting alive is crucial to keep our wildlife safe. Hunting may not apply to all people in the world, but it has to be done. In today’s world there is no other possible way to manage our wildlife in such an effective manner as we do it now.
An extinction of one species could threaten many other populations. It's too late for some breeds, but with enough action to combat wildlife crime, poaching can be eliminated. It is our job as the human race to reverse the severe damage we have caused in order to sustain the balance of Earth's delicate
(Rex) Children could learn the importance of life. If zoos were not existed, they have less opportunities to touch animals. According to Robert Cramer, “Zoos have many other positive reasons for existing besides education: they advance veterinary medicine, they increase our understanding of animal behavior (which helps in conservation), they contribute to conservation efforts, they provide wholesome entertainment, they create jobs, and they participate in breeding programs that help ensure that if animals do go extinct in the wild, we will still have genetically viable specimens in captivity.” Actually, there are a lot of things that only zoos can do. Taking all into consideration, zoos play an important role in our lives. .
If we do not realize this reality, we could lose sharks forever. A monumental reason why I believe that sharks should be protected is because when they attack, it is often a product of mistaken identity. Sharks use electromagnetic pulses to track down prey, therefore their eyesight suffers to a degree. Surfers often resemble seals from the depths of the water. Sharks use their pulses to strike what
Wolves should be kept on the endangered species list because as seen through evidence they help the environment in many ways that people don’t always see. Imagine a world where wolves don’t keep the deer numbers in check or kill off diseased/injured animals, the whole ecosystems of some areas would be completely ruined. Other animal species would die out if wolves are their main predator because they would begin to over populate which would leave them to over using their food supplies and then starving to death. Animals would have to be forced onto the endangered species list costing us tons of money only for it not to really help. It would be sort of like a chain reaction if wolves were to be taken of the list and then go extinct, and we never know if that chain reaction would affect us very badly or if it not affect us at all until it is to
In recent years, the topic of saving the Earth from Humans has shown itself in many conversations amongst the people of the public. Saving the World will be an issue we must solve in the near future because we are causing a mass extinction for animals, and we are harming and killing humans, but we can resolve it by using technology to reduce global warming and setting aside reserves. The most important thing humans must do in regards to this topic is begin to educate themselves and others on how drastic we must be in regards to it. The first major issue that must be made clear is the great peril animals are in, and what this means for the planet and humans. The extinction rate is one hundred to a thousand times greater than it was before the human species evolved on the planet.