The extinction of a single species like the grasshopper can have a rippling effect through the natural environment (Nardo Cloning:Great 61). If any animal dies in any environment it could destroy the natural habitat. This is where cloning comes in to save the animal and natural environment. The endangered giant panda is a prime candidate for cloning (Nardo 29). Animals close to extinction or extinct can be saved with the use of cloning, not just saving the animals but the environment and people.
Extinction! The most threatening word to any species in this world. Do you think you can still have fun and feel happy if you are the last person on earth and the human race has finally come to an end? Yes, I’m sure you are feeling goose bumps now. All of us are aware of the fact that many species coming to an end and most of us are not even familiar with their names.
My feeling for this topic is excited and nervous. The reason behind me being excited is that we are going to have more resources on the planet now and we will have more food to feed more people. See we need to have more animals (not only because they are cute) because we need more things to lean off of as in using the things that we have and taking the into consideration of use. Us humans based around us American citizens, we take things for granted not only food or clothes basically everything. Cloning animals is a great idea and I think they should totally clone animal and bring back extinct animals.
They are not grazing around in a green field. Instead, they are being forced to lay eggs and get hormones injected into them to make them bigger. Is that really what you want in your body? Veganism is a kinder way of life, it’s better for the environment, and it helps your body in whole. Over 56 billion animals are killed every day for animal testing and meat.
Lastly, that is why the world should make hunting and poaching animals illegal. Imagine if humans are the only creatures left what do you think would happen to our habitat? Will our lifespan decrease or wilt diseases increase or maybe just maybe our life might be better Because, not only land animals are endangered but also, birds, water animals, and even some plants are endangered? To conclude, time is moving faster every second and every 3 seconds someone dies and someone lives. Humans must learn why that person died and find a way to give and better healthier life to the new born baby.
In my opinion, we must consider this as our top priority of helping rehabilitate endangered species` populations as our fate of the future depends on this as if we don`t swiftly act we risk mass animal extinction, for this single reason our economy stability will be shattered as jobs that requires animals will be lost, mass food industries and animal entertainment corporations fall from bankruptcy, our supply of natural resources will depleted as the environment withers this leads to most natural attractions to shut down leading to more companies to fail, most of the human population starve to death, as decomposers die out from an instable food chain more species die out such as plants, this means lots of carcass will release air pollutants, increasing pollution throughout the upcoming years, this toxins can release harmful toxins capable of killing, and global warming rapidly kills more as it triggers floods and other potent forces of nature. Animals that are at risk of extinction are
Over 100 million animals are burned, crippled, poisoned, and abused in US labs every year.Animal testing is a cruel and inhumane way to obtain research and knowledge. Animals can be very different from humans leaving researchers with poor test results. Animal experimentation is no longer necessary for research because of the abundance of solutions and alternatives to solve this issue and keep animals away from harm. For years, many people have been trying to control the amount of animal experimentation that's going on in society and its finally starting to pay off. Dr. Barnard shares “When I was in medical school at The George Washington University our instructor announced that the next week would include ‘dog lab,’” says Dr. Barnard.
Animals in Their New Natural Habitat Why are different species becoming extinct? Do researchers know how many innocent animals are killed each year? When will animals be protected in a comfortable habitat? In man-made environments, such as zoos and other nature parks, animals that are born in the wild are protected and well taken care of. Due to animals running around in the wild, scientists and researchers can track the amount of animals being killed everyday.
The Amur Leopard is an animal that is usually known as the "zoo leopard" as it looks like what you would see when you think of a leopard. But this leopard is going extinct and it is only getting worse. The downsides of having the Amur Leopard going extinct are that other species will be overpopulated and being able to move a notch up the food chain. If this were to happen the ecosystem would be in a terrible state because other animals that are used to the Amur Leopard wouldn't be able to use it and such. If the Amur Leopards go extinct another species of animal will go extinct due to human activity like poaching, destruction of habitat, and pollution.
Not to mention nearly 20,000 plants and animals that are at risk of extinction. Therefore, the continuation of global warming, deforestation, polluting, overfishing and other forms of endangerment to animals may lead to a mass extinction of some