Eco Anxiety

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  • Firstly:The aco anxiety effect is that animals become extinct because they do not have the appropriate environment that allows them to live, such as the blue whale, the largest animal on the planet, as there are less than 25,000 blue whales in all the world’s oceans, due to the increase in whaling in the twentieth century for trade. Despite the ban on commercial fishing for this species, it is still at risk of collision with ships and entanglement in fishing nets, as well as from animals that have recently become extinct, such as:
    Black rhino:
    Pyrenean goats:

    Secondly:There are also 13-14 million, which is the total number of species that are estimated to exist. 12%–13% is the percentage of the species studied. 816 is the number of species that have been recorded as extinct due to human activities during the last five centuries. More than 99 percent of all species that have ever lived on Earth - amounting to more than five billion species - have disappeared from existence.

    Thirdly :Estimates of the number of species currently existing on Earth range between 10 million and 14 million species, of which only 1.2 million have been documented, meaning more than 86% of the species present on Earth have not yet been documented (11)
    Endangered species are species of animals and plants that face the risk of extinction.

    Fainaly:Scientists estimate that more than 8,300 plant species and 7,200 animal species around the planet are threatened with extinction, and the majority of these species are found in tropical regions and developing countries. Thousands more become extinct every year before biologists discover them.

    The tiger is an endangered animal
    Extinction is a natural process during evolution. Species have evolved and disappeared slowly over geological time as a result of climate change and their inability to adapt to competition and predation relationships. But since the beginning of the seventeenth century, the rate of extinction has increased significantly due to the increase in world population and human consumption of natural resources. Currently, most habitats are changing more rapidly than most species can adapt to through the process of evolution or natural selection. The current global extinction rate is alarmingly greater than the natural extinction rate. Many life scientists believe that we are in the midst of the largest mass extinction since the extinction of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. Also, the panda is an endangered animal because there is no suitable environment and it must now live in reserves.