From the tiniest of microorganisms to the beasty animals, human beings are somehow interconnected to these creatures. It’s a natural life cycle that we all are a part of. Hence we need to protect the endangered species.
Talk about the white leopard, the black rhino, the timber wolf, or the great whale; all these animals are decreasing, and some of them are close to being listed in the list of endangered animals. But, what is the reason behind it? The simple answer is WE, the Human Beings. We use them for eating, wearing, selling, and decorating our homes.
Being a responsible habitat of this beautiful world, you must play a role in saving animal life. Protecting wildlife from the hunters and other animals is important for their survival and ours. With not so many organizations and legislative bodies working for their protection, we have to take the necessary steps to stop poaching and protect the endangered species.
You might be thinking that your contribution to this cause is worthless. Or how can you promote Regardless of you behind the big screen, a small effort can make a big difference. Want to know how? Continue reading, and by the end, you will discover one or more ways to protect the endangered species. Let’s begin!
Spread awareness (starting from your family) to protect the endangered species
Think at a smaller scale. Let’s take an example of the ecosystem behind your house. Educate your family about the animals in your surroundings. The birds, plants, animals, and fish, every creature is a part of the food chain.
Familiarize the kids and elders with the importance of garden worms, bats, humming bees, and stray cats in your area. Our routine activities directly or indirectly influence their lifestyle.
Many creatures are killed for their skin, teeth, fur, and other parts of their bodies. For example, leather products made out of alligator or snake’s skin, deforestation of palm trees from the forests that are homes to tigers, mining minerals used in electronic chips threatening a safe habitat for gorillas.
Similarly, the jackets are made of animal fur and furniture from the wood of rainforest trees. We should focus on using alternate products to minimize the danger to wildlife. Moreover, recycling cell phones, furniture, and other items can also protect the endangered species..
Every area has specific plant growth, and the animals living are used to them. Plants provide food, shelter, medication, and, most importantly, oxygen to our environment. More plantations mean greater chances of survival for the living creatures. Plants enhance the beauty of our biodiversity and protect the endangered species.
Instead of driving and consuming fuel, prefer walking. Maximize the utilization of biodegradable products. Eat fresh food like vegetables and other earth-grown products. Protect the endangered species through small habits which add big value towards nature-saving goals.
Do you know what happens to a plastic bag thrown into a river? It is probably eaten by an adult turtle, choking it to death. Prevent plastic items such as bags and containers. Shop in a handmade woven bag, recycle the boxes and improve the policies for disposing of such things. Plastic is a big threat to wildlife. And we have to reduce the overconsumption of life-threatening products to protect the endangered species.
Initially, it may seem to be a small deed. In reality, such companies are endangering aquatic and land animals. Many industries dispose of the poisonous water into lakes and rivers, which equally impacts marine and wildlife. The best way to reduce this unethical process is to prevent buying from such companies. Use alternate companies that are animal friendly. Educate people around you, not to buy from them. And continue the campaign until they reform their waste methodologies.