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    Species Extinction Species extinction is a familiar topic. I started understanding about species extinction even before I joined school. I learned there used to be hung animals such dinosaurs and mammoths, which had ceases to exist many millions of years ago. There were toys and films depicting such extinct animals. I used to wonder why they decided to become extinct. As I grew up and with a desire to expand my knowledge, I came to learn that different species adapt to deferent environmental conditions

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    most of the species (both flora and fauna) are under serious threat from direct and indirect human activities; while the direct activities such as deforestation leads to species habitat fragmentation and loss, on the other hand modifies climatic conditions coupled with gas emissions. The synergistic impact of these human driven activities questions the survivability of organisms in the morphed climatic environments. At one level fragmented habitats increase intra and inter species competitions,

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    caused another extinction, one that could possibly take us down in the process, species are exponentially going extinct because of habitat loss, species exportation, and invasive species bullying native species. On the other hand, scientists are trying to safe guard native species, keep animals in captivity whether it be for the animals well-being or for research, and widespread invasion. In this essay I will be comparing and contrasting “What Everglades Pythons and Other Invasive Species are Trying

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    De-Extinction Species

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    De-extinction is so cool but there is no asherens it will go exactly as planned.It can have so many full backs like desys and another dust bowl because of all the grass and food reward to feed these creatures and they don't care if you need that land of that grass or anything about the fall back they just want to eat.One thing is,¨Species could carry retroviruses or pathogens when brought back to life.¨They could seriously harm other species that are alive and that same virus or pathogen could mutate

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    Species Extinction and Conservation The problem the world faces other than global warming or poverty is species extinction of animals and plants all around the world. Most everyone either knows about or has some small idea that we there is a problem but it can be a complicated subject to talk about. (Tepper 2010) People have normal worries like global warming, pollution by factories and things like genocide in other countries.(Tepper 2010) The problem people should be thinking about and worry about

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    2.3.3. Extinction of Animals and Plant Species Violence against nature appears in various forms affecting different sectors of life. All kinds of hunting methods for recreation, food, fur, musk or any other reason have been the big threat to ecology. It is also known as exploitation of the rare species for commercialization purpose. The land of Nagas were once counted as the meeting place of wild animals and the riches forest but these days wild animals are no more, the dark green foliage is deceptive

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    created, there has been a natural phenomenon of species across the globe appearing and disappearing. However, in the past century, many species of animals have been disappearing at an alarming rate. Mainly, this rapidly occurring issue is caused by humans. Humans that contribute to the harmful actions that cause side effects such a pollution, deforestation, habitat loss and poaching. The natural rate of extinction pales in comparison to the extinction rate caused by all of these. According to the World

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    They died. Sadly, for every species that is alive today, perhaps a thousand more have lived previously and had become extinct. Arguably, extinction could be considered part of the evolutionary processes. Undoubtedly, in the wild, endangered species try to adapt to the alterations in their niches, but sometimes they fail for the reason that they cannot cope fast enough with the deviations. Accurately, change could be considered as a threat to survivability [1] whether or not it comes from the nature

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    there have been five major extinctions in the past 500 million years caused by natural disasters. Today, there are about sixty-six known species that are either endangered or vulnerable to extinction. Due to human activity, we are now undergoing a worldwide devastation that has caused a high loss of species and a massive destruction to our ecosystem known as, the Holocene extinction.  The Holocene Extinction  Extinction has been known as a natural part of evolution as species disappears, new ones come

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    about the extinction, endangerment, and captivity of endangered species? That is the pressing question that seems to bug all environmentalists and scientists are stressing over, how long will it take for all of your animals to die out? And is it something we can stop or at least contain meanwhile we are trying to find the long-term solution for. Can we prevent this from happening all together? Or is it far too late to save our species that are dying out? We should worry about the extinction, endangerment

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