This causes heavy disease to spread around the environment due to unwholesome and unnatural confinement of living creatures. As US farming industries kill more than 30 millions bird each day and 10 billions bird in a year, this animal carnage can pollutes a land, air, and water that contains variety of diseases including bacteria, chemicals and viruses. Also, poisoned well water is a major issue on the Delmarva Peninsula which kills about 600 million chickens per year and it results 3.2 billion pounds of raw waste, 14 million pounds of phosphorous and 49 million pounds of nitrogen. Another situation happened in southeastern part of us which areas are being turned into fly-infested places by the poultry industry. The wildlife habitat is destroyed to erect new poultry houses, slaughtering plants and worker’s trailer parks.
The inclusion of the bumble bee on the endangered list was enough to put many advocates in a full-blown conservation frenzy. However, without understanding the benefits and resources brought upon by the rusty-patched bee may leave the desire to ‘Save the Bees’ seem somewhat void of reason and almost not critical. Rusty-patched bumble bees specifically play a role in the pollination of various plants, foods, and other agricultural resources. Once upon a time, the bumblebees spanned a wide range across the northwest, northern, and northeast states, however, due to an increase in human impact, the bees are experiencing an alarming decline as sharp as 87 percent in the last 20 years, as noted by the USFWS. Some of the reasons for decline can include habitat loss, intensive farming, disease, insecticide use, and climate change.
In this way bees give a boost of nutritiment that acts as Earth’s natural fertilizer. Bees also act as an environmental indicators. Scientist estimate every hundred bee deaths ultimately affect the climate. Pollen is to bees, like air is to humans, and in this amazing circle of life we help supply each other’s basic needs. “A relationship has developed between plants and their pollinators, as both parties rely on one another for
Honeybees rely on honey for energy. Unfortunately, us humans eat the bees’ honey. Even though this isn’t the complete reason bees are dying, it does impact them because they need it for energy. Also, while extracting the honey, many bees get squashed to death by the hands of us humans (or our feet). Did you know that a hive of bees, must travel 55,000 miles and visit 2 million flowers just to produce 1 pound of honey?
In different ecosystems, bees play an important role in pollination and the maintenance of natural plant communities. During millions of years, there is a complex interdependence between bees and most of the flowering plants which shows that bees and plant belong together. However, due to the using of agricultural pesticides or the climate changes, many bees loss to “colony collapse disorder” which may bring far-reaching impacts on world’s food supply and biodiversity. Bees are one of the common pollinators in animal pollination. According to David, Kevin and Emily’s (2015) research, it also points out that wild bees can support pollination of multiple plant species owing to the bees’ physique, numbers and behavior of foraging on same plant at one time.
This can lead to extreme reductions in soybean growth. (Kudzu Bug). The bugs will gather in large groups and attack a host plant. This is done by sucking the sap out of it weakening and stunting the growth of the plant. If the group does enough damage it can cause extreme defoliation.
Some people hate rodents including mice and rats, but using them for testing is not okay. Horses, cats, dogs, bird and even fish are now used in testings. These animals were just a few of the hundreds used for the research and testing. Animal testing should be prohibited because it’s cruel and inhumane, animals are being tortured while in those labs, and the experiments are wasting animals
Whatever the case, people around the world must be more concerned about the future of bees on this planet. Speaking of increasing numbers of animal species plunging into extinction, The Extinction Protocol and News Pakistan ask, “Will bees become one of them? Some experts believe that the bees could be about to die out and at least one-third of our food depends on pollination of flowering plants.” Those sources quote Einstein, who once said, “If the bees disappear, mankind would have only four more years of life.” Hence they point out: “over 3 million colonies of bees have died in the USA since 2006 and over a thousand millions of bees have died in this period in the
Penicillin kills guinea pigs, but is inactive in rabbits; aspirin kills cats and causes birth defects in rats, mice, guinea pigs, dogs, and monkeys; and morphine, a depressant in humans, stimulates goats, cats, and horses” (Animal Testing is a bad science” 1). If the animals all have different reactions how is it effective for us to even test them before trying it on humans? Also, not only do they show different results between animals, “Diseases that are artificially induced in animals in a
The hassle and damage caused by pest infestations can make people want to exterminate these pests with extreme prejudice. When confronted with the choice between doing it themselves and hiring a pest control company, most initially opt to do it themselves. They balk at the cost of professional help, especially when they can vividly imagine what they can do with the savings. Unfortunately, except for a few lucky ones, homeowners end up wasting money on ineffective do-it-yourself control methods, and in the end have to hire a pest control company to get rid of their problem. Poison A common pest extermination product is poison, which is seen as an easy way to get rid of pests.