It is a natural process for animal species to become extinct (e.g., dinosaurs, dodos, etc.). There is no reason why people should try to prevent this from happening. Do you agree or disagree?
It is argued that animal species that are getting extinct are naturally with them. I completely disagree that there are no reasons behind the extinction of rare species, and I must say people ought to do to neutralize this extinction. This articulation will elucidate my standpoint in the upcoming paragraphs.
First off all, death is inevitable, so it comes to all. But the extinction of rare species is more than a natural process owing to inhuman activities on land and on the sea. Firstly, human beings have started doing deforestation, which has made many animals homeless. It also has a great impact on their migration. For instance, a large part of the Amazon forest has been cut down, and it destroyed the habitat of some species. Now a few which are left are on the verge of extinction. Besides, a number of vehicles that run on the road release poisonous gases that, when mixing in the air, cause pollution. So it has again made it difficult for the species to survive in such kinds of environments.
To continue, for above -mentioned reasons, it is better to do something on the part of humanity. So it is pertinent to halt this extinction, and humankind must use eco-friendly products that are helpful in maintaining balance in nature. They must use fewer vehicles, and if it is possible to low carbon emission, vehicles are an ideal option. Alternative modes are also available like electric cars, bicycles, and, to name but a few. So the aforementioned reasons, it is ostensible for people to put great efforts into saving endangered species.
To conclude, logging, pollution are a few reasons out of many, which must make people realize to save species that are at risk in order to lead a life which will be free from disease or infections. It is because animal species help a lot in maintaining biodiversity, and only then is human survival possible.
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