There are so many rare and important species of flora and fauna in the Daintree Rainforest. Even the small shrubs, to ginormous Red Cedar trees, every single plant is important to the Rainforest. We need to stop anymore extinction of plants and animal species, so that we can keep them for generations to generations. Although people are logging for our modern benefits, the amount of trees being cut should tremendously be decreased. So to keep making paper, people should recycle more.
According to the article Tropical Forest In Our Daily Lives, the rainforest provides so much for us. Basically, the land would be used to give and provide not only us but others in need all around the world. Proving that they provide food, medicine, shelter, cleaning, cosmetics, and much more to those in need on our planet. Lastly, in the article Deforestation: Positive and Negative Consequences, it talks about the negative and positive consequence of deforestation. Some of the positive consequences talk about how deforestation allows the process of communities to built be possible and how the land could be used to be converted into a productive land for agricultural uses.
I understand that financial concerns also drive poaching from many natives. Africa is still considered to be a third world country. An elephant tusk could mean the difference between a prosperous year and starving to death. It all comes down to the fact that poaching has negative effects on the economy and the environment. The American Wildlife Foundation (AWF) is an international conservation organization leading in focusing on Africa solely.
Prince Ea’s video titled “Dear Future Generations: Sorry” portrays the possible future faced by future generations if people don’t take responsibility for environmental issues that mankind has caused. Humankind must apologize for leaving the Earth an eyesore for the generations to come because they gave themselves reasons to not act. The descendents of the people of today will be forced to live without tree, for the reason that people of today didn’t realize how extraordinary the Earth was. Trees did a great deal such as, provide oxygen, fight against human ailments and contamination, but they were cut down so humans could obtain money. Unlike the Native Americans who took care of the planet for their children’s children, humans now aren’t thinking about
Professor Charles R. Magel once said, “‘Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and the answer is: ‘Because the animals are like us.’ Ask the experimenters why it is morally okay to experiment on animals and the answer is: “Because they are not like us’. Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction’”. Each year over 100 million animals die in laboratories in the United States (Peta). These deaths alone are just happening in the United States. These innocent animals die because of all kinds of testing and experimentations done on them.
In 2011, one in every 12 African elephants were killed (Phelan). The tusks are not the only parts of the elephants that are hunted, and I honestly think they are not worth it. We should leave the beloved animals in the wild so we do not lose the entire species as a whole. Every year, more and more species are being executed due to humans needs and wants. If killing animals is what is “needed” to survive then the Earth will turn into a
Could you imagine running for your life from a gigantic group of flesh eating creatures that were once human that have arisen from the dead to come back to life and take over mankind as we know it? Well, that is exactly what would happen if we were to have a zombie apocalypse. For all we know, zombies only want one thing, and that is to wipe out the entire human race to take over the world as their own. Very scary concept I am aware, but what is even scarier is if a zombie apocalypse were to happen, there is not a 100% guarantee that we could fight the zombies off. A zombie apocalypse would be a very serious threat to mankind as we know it, and sadly there is not much we can do to stop it.
How often have you wondered what happened to the dinosaurs? Do you know what factors contributed to their rapid extinction? Now, let me tell you my theories on behalf of their rapid disappearance from our Earth. Photo credit: William The dinosaurs seemed to have been the victims of raining meteorites before they could attend the emergency class held by their ancestors. The meteor attack was not wholly an incidental event in their world.
Is animal testing necessary? Did you know that about 70,000 animals are killed every year due to animal testing? Well, it’s true. This topic is something less talked about and often avoided. Because, we, the public, are mostly blinded by cover ups and lies that make animal testing seem like it's not a really bad thing, which is why I think it is important to know all the facts and why I think it should be banned forever.
Did you know that there is numerous species that are endangered and becoming extinct? One terrestrial mammal that is experiencing threats to their extinction are lemurs, this jeopardized spices' is most common in our zoos today then in the wildlife. African islands including Madagascar is their natural habitat, and studies demonstrate that is their only home in the world because the geographical location is isolated. There are different kinds of lemurs and some of the most common ones that we know today are: the ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) , silky sifaka, mouse lemurs. The scientific name for lemurs is “Lemuroidea”.