Conservation of Plant and Animals in Thrid World Countries Essay

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Due to activities of human beings, many plants and animals species become endangered or some of them are already disappearing in the Third World countries. Their habitats are being destroyed by human beings and this cause the wildlife to loss their shelter, foods, water and other life-supporting matters. Nowadays, the rate of harvesting of many species regardless plants or animals is fastest than ever and some cases actually are harvest at an unsustainable rate. In some cases, although human does not harvest the species or their habitats are not threaten, human is competing intensively with those species for certain resources such as food and water which are important to the species. (Selman, 1985) However, destruction of habitat is a …show more content…
Due to activities of human beings, many plants and animals species become endangered or some of them are already disappearing in the Third World countries. Their habitats are being destroyed by human beings and this cause the wildlife to loss their shelter, foods, water and other life-supporting matters. Nowadays, the rate of harvesting of many species regardless plants or animals is fastest than ever and some cases actually are harvest at an unsustainable rate. In some cases, although human does not harvest the species or their habitats are not threaten, human is competing intensively with those species for certain resources such as food and water which are important to the species. (Selman, 1985) However, destruction of habitat is a serious threat to the Mother Nature. This is occurring in the developing countries as forests and trees are being removed which also known as deforestation, as wetlands are drained out, as the urban and rural areas expand and as the land areas are transformed to meet the food and housing demands of human. Deforestation cause the loss of forests and tree cover in which human activities are carry out such as logging which use for sales of exported commercial timber which is common in rainforests, cutting of trees for fuel, land clearing for housing area or agricultural purposes and also overgrazing by domesticated animals which limit the regeneration of tress. (Brown and Zarin, 2013) Among all of these activities, land is being more extensively
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