The animals on the earth of all kinds are all created for wisdom not known only by God, and therefore we find that each animal is in its natural place to adapt, and there are a lot of wild animals extinct because of human or environmental factors, so we will show you how to protect animals Wild.
Protection of wild animals
The last edition of the World Conservation Union [IUCN] has made clear its resources in the Red List of Endangered Species of the World because every 20 minutes one animal disappears. It has also confirmed that 26% of mammals, 13% of birds, 42% of amphibians, 30% of sharks Endangered.
These previous ratios have made it necessary to develop ways and solutions to protect wild animals from extinction, otherwise many animals will become mere images and drawings.
Causes of extinction of wild animals
There are many reasons for the extinction of wild animals, including:
Loss of habitats and habitats such as marshes, ponds, lakes and other places where some animals live.
Scientific reports have shown that every year 1% of the tropical forests are destroyed with a view to obtaining timber, housing construction, and road construction, although this ratio may seem small, in the long run, will lead to the extinction of many animals.
– Entering and exotic species of plants or animals into some ecological zones, which causes damage to local species in this environment.
In 1859, when 24 rabbits were introduced into Australia, no predatory animals made the rabbits rapidly increase to 600 million rabbits on the continent. This led to damage to a species of animals called a cane and became endangered by feeding these rabbits On his food.
– Environmental pollution and this pollution is produced by man, such as pollution through car exhausts, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, factory smoke, and other forms of pollution affecting fish and animal resources.
– Population growth of human beings leads to increased consumption of natural resources, which works on the lack of food in some animals, leading to extinction.
– Overfishing leads to the disappearance of many animals clearly, and examples of damage due to overfishing is hunting for elephants for the purpose of obtaining ivory, and rhinoceros until the horn and other animals are obtained.
Ways to protect wild animals
There are several things to follow to protect wild animals from extinction. These methods include:
– To raise awareness for all groups of society about the importance of biodiversity for the conservation of animal species and the importance of protecting wildlife from extinction through awareness through the media and curricula.
– Issuing international laws that protect the environment. These laws must be binding on all, and no one should be exempt from it.
– Create your own global gene to preserve the DNA of endangered species until they are used.
– The use of aircraft equipped with cameras to monitor and punish the fishermen who are fishing and the aircraft are already used in many countries such as Kenya and Tanzania.
– Training the guards who protect wild animals and provide them with advanced equipment to help them fight against overfishing.
– Establishment of nature reserves equipped with the latest technologies through which the fishermen are monitored and deterred.
– Prevention of deforestation and logging because this affects the lack of food for wild animals leading to extinction.
– Control of environmental pollution through the non-dumping of waste at sea, the use of solar energy instead of petroleum and other aspects of environmental protection from pollution.
– Make people aware of the importance of boycotting products made from ivory or endangered animal skins.
– Drive carefully in places where there are endangered animals to avoid killing any animal by car.