first endangered animal article
I might do other endangered animal articles, in the future but that’s not going to be the only topic of my articles on here: (there will be other multiple animal topics on here.) This happens to be a tiger article, like how the last article mostly talked about deer’s along with daylight savings time. But all the other animals that are endangered should also be acknowledged and considered as well! Each animal has a different purpose that they serve for both humans and the earth! All conservation and research animal studies, of any kind should be studied and observed and listened to very hard and carefully! If there are any courses that people take notes should always be taken! Because all animals are very different and have very different habitats, diets, & food chain places. Knowing which facts and resources belong to which animal will help them not only reproduce but also help to serve other animals with their survival needs, as well because as it is said in The Lion King by Mufasa we are all connected by/in the circle of life, we are all one. (Speaking of the lion king, I might post an animal disney article at some point.) The benefits of conserving endangered species:
this ensures that humans have access to clean air and water, and fertile land for agriculture. It goes without saying that clean air and water improves our quality of life, and fertile land for agriculture ensures that we can produce enough food for consumption.
here’s the link for the article that I found: https://www.livescience.com/27441-tigers.html
WHY ARE TIGERS ENDANGERED?
The IUCN categorizes tigers as endangered and lists illegal poaching as the main threat to the species. Tigers are poached so their body parts and fur can be sold as part of the illegal wildlife trade. Tiger bones are used in traditional Asian medicines, and similar markets seek tigers’ skin, teeth and other parts.
In addition to the threat of poaching, tiger habitat is being converted into agriculture or human settlements and commercially logged. Tiger attacks on humans and livestock also bring the big cats into conflict with people, who kill them in retaliation.
A 2013 study published in the journal Wildlife Biology in Practice(opens in new tab) found that tigers in the Sundarbans Reserved Forest region of Bangladesh killed an average of 22 people per year over a 63-year period. While the relative risk of a human being killed by a tiger in its range is low, such killings have a big impact on the families of the people who are killed and give tigers a bad reputation.
(Take the time to go online and research each individual animal’s ecosystem purpose and their gifts/talents, with doing that type of research will only motivate people to want to care and to save all of them!)
Let’s be motivated to save as many endangered animals as we can! (You can also go to one of the most influential and life changing platforms change.org to sign petitions or to create petitions! My change.org username is Kameryne Mehiel.) Happy petitions for animals! Thank you animals!