In our world today, more than two thousand animal extinctions are transpiring every year. The rate of extinction is happening ten thousand times faster these days, as compared to centuries before. Animal extinctions have a quinquennial bodily process, which can aid in medical advancements and help researchers find a way to cure human diseases. Animal extinction is harmful to others because infectious diseases are rapidly increasing and the food chain is being affected by the loss of species (Extinction Crisis). Pollution built up in the oceans surrounding animals contains a variety of illnesses, such as cholera, polio and dysentery (Extinction).
Animal Extinction occurrences started to go into effect about four hundred and forty million years ago.There has been a adroitly of extinctions that have taken place over the years, such as the Ordovician-Silurian and Permian-Triassic extinction (Extinction Crisis). As stated on the “Extinction” article, “Extinction has gotten worse over time due to habitat destruction, pollution, climate change and the population growth of human activity.” The higher places with species at risk of extinction are Ecuador, Malaysia, the U.S, Indonesia and Mexico. Australia has the worst rate of extinction compared to any other country in the world and their bushfires are the main reason the wildlife species are dying. Animal extinction affects the entire pollution of people, not just one certain group, since extinction is surrounding and happening all around us (Extinction). This problem is expected to keep rising until all of the species die off or if we as humans can figure out a method to preserve these habitats in a safe way.
Individuals should care about animal extinction because when species become endangered, then it’s a sign indicating that our ecosystem is slowly deteriorating. When one species dies off, then another species is affected and slowly deteriorates on its own. If we don’t do anything about animal extinction then the world could result in an atmospheric change, climate change and an instantaneous loss of rainfall (Extinction Crisis). At the rate of the world currently, we have already lived through half the duration of human history and the second half is increasingly traveling by faster.
Center for Biological Diversity. “Extinction Crisis.” www.biologicaldiversity.org/programs/biodiversity/elements_of_biodiversity/extinction_crisis/index.html. “Accessed 10 Mar 2021.”
National Geographic Society. “Extinction.” National Geographic Society, 6 June 2019, www.nationalgeographic.org/encyclopedia/extinction/.