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6 Biggest Threats To Wildlife Infographic

Since 1998, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has released the report on the vitality of the earth every two years, which has lasted for 20 years. It has monitored 16704 animal populations representing 4005 species worldwide, including mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, to measure changes in biodiversity.

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This year's report points out that the number of fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles in the world has decreased by 60% on average compared with 1970, and the extinction rate is accelerating, especially for birds, mammals, amphibians, and corals. The number of organisms in freshwater ecosystem decreased most rapidly, reaching 83%.

Geographically, the number of species in tropical areas decreased significantly. The neotropical areas of South America, Central America and the Caribbean were the "worst hit areas", with a loss of 89% compared with 1970.

The Executive Director of WWF's science and Conservation Department, said:

"if the earth's population is reduced by 60%, it's equivalent to emptying people in America, Africa, Europe, China and Oceania."

This shows how serious the situation is that the population of wild animals is reduced by 60%.

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TO WILDLIFE THE MAJOR THREATS

AT THE RISK OF EXTINCTION 27,000 SPECIES

WILDLIFE IS SUFFERING

Wildlife on planet Earth is under siege from all sides facing down habitat loss and the impact of climate change. Some of the biggest threats to wildlife include illegal wildlife trade habitat destruction invasive species, pollution and clime change.

WHAT IS NEEDED?

Public awareness and education must play an essential part in teaching an environment of compassion in protecting animals with sustainable solutions to address these issues. rising temperatures and ecotourism which are negatively contributing and fueling to affect wildlife.

  1. POLLUTION

    Phosphorus and nitrogen are limiting factors for plants.

    Carbon dioxide one of the biggest global warming pollutants is the product of human activities such as burning fossil fuels.

  2. HABITAT

    A bulldozer pushing down trees is the iconic image of habitat destruction.Much of the remaining terrestrial wildlife habitat in the U.S. has been cut up into fragments by roads and development.

  3. POACHING

    Invasive species are primarily spread by human activities often unintentionally.Invasive species cause harm to wildlife in many ways. When a new and aggressive species is introduced into an ecosystem.

  4. CLIMATE

    The most striking evidence of a climate change trend is closely scrutinized data that show a relatively rapid and widespread increase in temperature during the past century.

  5. OVERDEVELOP

    People have always hunted mammal species—for fur, food, sport and for their horns or antlers. Reptiles are wanted for their skins or shells their eggs, meat and for the pet trade.

  6. DEGRADATION

    Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (or “chytrid” for short) is a fungus that grows on the skin of amphibians. Sea turtles worldwide are becoming infected  possibly caused by viruses which causes tumors to appear on the skin or internally.

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