Trees give nutrients to other trees and trees are a keystone species. So, if it gets affected by a parasite and that is a part of symbiosis. Now when the poison is in the tree when it get nutrients the tree would die or the plant. But something positive it can stay alive because of the roots getting tangled with a tree. Also animals would die from the trees because how the tree will die and could not get any food from the tree.
When deforestation happens, these animals have gradually fewer areas in which they can live. Once these areas are destroyed, the species become extinct. Animals promote in balancing our ecosystem, food chain and perform as food for us. Therefore, it is really a disgrace for us to destroy their habitat. Deforestation destroys their natural homes and habitat forcing them to relocate, sometimes they try to move into inhabited area looking for food or shelter a... ... middle of paper ... ...s, also to release the water gradually into rivers.
Accepting the doctrine of Animal Rights can result in the extinction of native animals, and also cause adverse effects on the environment. Another consequence of accepting the doctrine of Animal Rights is that humans will no longer be able to control foreign predators (pests) via traps, hunting, fishing and poisons. Many foreign animals have been introduced to different ecosystems over the course of history, and is very likely to have caused many extinctions of indigenous species. This occurs because they compete with native animals for habitat and food, and sometimes introduce new diseases. Maintaining the indigenous species and thus biodiversity is important because animals depend on each other in a food web, and an extinction in one can result in many more following.
Since today many people do not take this subject very seriously, as if it would be if it was happening to humans. “Human beings cause habitats loss by converting natural landscape to urban or agricultural landscaped and through pollution, mining, draining, and deforestation. Hunting can also drive species to extinction, as has occurred with several famous extinct species...” (Extinction and Extirpation).Animal cruelty does not necessarily have to do with the animal being physically torture. It ... ... middle of paper ... ...less stringent and called for a felony charge on the second offense.” (Matthews). Currently these bills did not succeed because the felony was lowered even thought it might have been high.
There are restrictions to deforesting land and there are organizations to help protect the land. One of the big causes of extinction or the endangerment of species is foreign species entering a habitat. This species that are not native to the land can disrupt the food web in that community. These species take control of the food web and endanger some of the other species. The native species become endangered and over the course of many years they either adapt to their new way or life, the foreign predator leaves or is killed off due to the different environment, or the species is killed off and becomes extinct.
We are looking into how the reason why plants and animals are endangered relates to human activity. There are four reasons in the following passage. First, some species are endangered because of the destruction or the degradation of their habitat. As is known to all that most species are adapted to a specific environment, if they lose the habitat they got used to, they cannot survive. Human beings want to develop enough residential area to live in, industrial area to work in as well as some agricultural places to grow crops in.
The plant would die, causing the amount of food available to carnivorous mammals to drop. These situations change the entire ecosystem, since predators would begin to die along with their prey. While dams generate clean energy, they also are negatively impacting the ecosystems around them. During their construction, they use land that is essential for humans and animals alike. While they’re operating, many fish have gotten killed, which impacts the animals who feast upon them.
In conclusion, I think extinction of animals is bad things that happen because it could give more bad effects to the people and ecosystem of the earth compare to the benefits. The government should provide a reserved forest to keep the extinct animals live and care for them. The government also should enforce the laws and give warning to the people or hunters who doings wrong works to stop their actions hunting these animals immediately or any punishment will be given to the criminals who did not follow the rules.
It will cause damage on the rainforest ecosystem by removing species key to the system's functioning, and the hunters makes hunting games that built on who can kill and hunt more animals than others. “Researchers from Lund University in Sweden wrote in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B that the hunting of animals like primates in these rainforests could cause a reduction in the dispersal of ... ... middle of paper ... ...d the Indigenous groups, and it will put so many animals of the rainforest in the endangered animals lists. Another thing that effect the cultural too, because the Indigenous groups seems to abandoned their habitat to another habitat to stay away from the diseases, and to make their children live healthier than they will be in this habitat. In conclusion, people tried to destroy rain forest in many ways that it will make so many problem for the people and the animals. Some of those threats that rainforest faces today is by hunting the animals and but them in endanger animals evaluation.
It is the global ecological system where all living things interact with each other interdependently. This makes protecting endangered species extra important because the removal of one species can start a chain reaction that will spread through the ecosystem. This means, a lot of times when an animal goes extinct, its absence inevitably affects other living organisms. The food web below shows the importance of a single species and emphasizes the interdependence that exists in an ecosystem. Imagine if the rabbit became extinct?