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World Wildlife | Reality check of man's vandalism on nature. | Worldwide | Big Survey 2018

Reality check of man's vandalism on nature

World Wildlife | Reality check of man's vandalism on nature. | Worldwide | Big Survey 2018
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60 percent of wildlife decreased in 44 years

World Wildlife Fund has released the "Living Planet" report, this report has warned the world.
It has been reported that between 1980 and 2014, 60% of all organisms died due to human activities. This list of organisms includes the population of mammals, birds, fishes and reptiles.

Global population is destroying the life cycle created after billions of years between the increasing consumption of food and resources. Regarding this fact, the International Director of World Wildlife Fund General Marco Lambertini says that the situation is very bad and it is getting worse. "Living Planet" recently conducted extensive research and survey based data on more than 4000 animal species out of 16700 population worldwide. The report is compiled by 59 scientists from around the world. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Bad effects in the US

In this shocking report, it has been reported that Latin America found the worst effect of human activities and the report said that during this period, wildlife has decreased by 90% during this period. Water bodies are also not in better condition because they are dying at a very dangerous rate of 80%. Datasets given in World Wildlife Fund's report show that animals are extensively moving towards extinction. This is the sixth time in the last half billion years that the earth has lost its wildlife so badly. The situation is that 100 to 1000 times more species of animals have been eliminated in some hundred years due to humans.
Many scientists believe that animal birds in the world have started extinction largely, which is the first major disadvantage due to human species. Recent scientific analyzes show that since the beginning of civilization, human beings have destroyed more than 83 percent of the population of mammals and plants worldwide. Even if it starts to recover from it, it will take a long time to fully adjust it. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Will stop like this

It has been said in the report that to prevent the damage to the coming nature, we need to become a Carbon Neutral Society in the upcoming 5 years. For this, we have to adopt clean energy and environmentally friendly food production methods. In addition to maintaining the life of everyone, we have to restore the forest, land and oceans in the natural form. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Threat of extinction on 5583 species

The International Union for the Protection of Nature (IUCN) has released a list of animals which are threatening to become extinct. There are 5583 species in this list which require serious effort to survive. At least 26 such new species are included in this list in 2017. These species were above the danger mark until one year ago. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Impact on Economic performance of countries

We have two main problems. The biggest problem is the cultural challenge. In a very long time, we have made a careless attitude towards nature, we need to change it with immediate effect. The other problem is economic. Our lifestyle has become such that there is a lot of harm to nature, and it needs to be very strong financially to change it. According to an estimate, the estimated cost of all activities relating to services of nature is about 9,00,93,75 billion rupees per year. From Business & Finance Industries and from now on, questions are being raised about how the global environmental risks will impact the economic performance of the countries. This is the reason why policy makers and people associated with finance are worried about how sustainable development can be achieved with continuous loss of access to nature and biodiversity. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Asia leopard less than 50

World Wildlife | Reality check of man's vandalism on nature. | Worldwide | Big Survey 2018

The first name in the animal that has been extinct is the leopard found in Asia. The number of leopard of this species is less than 50 in the whole world, if their prey is not stopped then this leopard will be visible on the Internet. Apart from this, the number of elephants of African species has been done due to the shortage of forest. Presently they are less than 50 thousand, whereas 200 years ago they were more than 200 million. Polar Bears, which is found in snowy areas due to climate change, is fighting for its existence. Now their number has left only 24 thousand. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Sparrow has reduced by 82%

World Wildlife | Reality check of man's vandalism on nature. | Worldwide | Big Survey 2018

According to the North America Breeding Bird Survey, the number of Sparrow has decreased by 82% in the last 50 years. Increasing pollution in cities is the biggest problem for the life of Sparrow. Ganges, black rhinoceroses, Amur leopards, wild elephants found in Sumatra and the Orangutanan of Borneo are some of the species that are said to be endangered or their number is less than 100. Due to pollution in rivers and oceans, about 83% of the living water in the water has died. This pollution is spreading due to plastic. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Is it certain that any species is in danger of extinction?

Only five hundred animals of one race have survived and only three hundred of the other race. But if the three hundred animals are spread in the larger geographical area and five hundred are limited to one small place, then the five-hundred-species breed will be declared as the first endangered species. This is done because all the creatures of a breed begin to live in one place, so it is believed that everyone can die due to any one disease or disaster. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

Efforts to bring back giant organisms in Russia

In Russia's Yakutsk, a cloning facility has been created for Rs 42 crores, in which efforts are being made to bring back the extinct Mammoth and other giant organisms. Russia and South Korea scientists are working on this project. This Yakutsk city has been built in this city, it is known for the remains of animals. It is expected that the removal of DNA from the remains of protected animals will help the researchers to understand the biology of the giant organisms. | World Wildlife | Big Survey 2018 

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