ESSAY: how are animals affected by human overpopulation?
Topic: ESSAY: how are animals affected by human overpopulation?
June 19, 2019 / By Sybil Question:
please help!!! anything will help (: x
i need to find things such as because humans are destroying habitats, also some facts and figures would be good (: x
Best Answers: ESSAY: how are animals affected by human overpopulation?
Reagan | 6 days ago
when the human population grow, their settlements become large and larger, and lots of jungles get cleared to make space for human settlements, also as the number of humans grow their number of needs for basic requirements such as housing, furniture etc., expands resulting in the clearance of forests. this in turn effects the animal population. lack of food, habitat and poaching leads to the extinction of number of species.
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Originally Answered: I need help on an essay showing my best characteristics/traits as a human.?
You certainly showed "perseverance" in your quest to win that race. It could be said that you also showed "loyalty" to the sport by not giving up, and "courage" in risking yet another failure. That is the hallmark of "humility" and "personal strength". It illustrated the "depth" of your "character".
I hope this helped..and by the way...it is ALL TRUE!
Well i cant write the entire essay for you but i would say...
Humans are destroying some of the foressts that animals live in. When humans get rid of one animal population by destroying their habitats than in whole they are removing other species.
Sorry it was not an essay but im in school right now too.
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Well, take rain forests for example, overpopulation there, means deforestation for developing cities, roads, farms all need trees to be cleared, even things like rubber and wood, the more people, the more wood, rubber needed, the more trees that need to be cut down.
even though only 6% of the earth is rain forest, more than half of the worlds animals and plants are only found there. With around 6000 acres cut down per hour, 1000's of undiscovered species are going extinct.
cutting down trees = no homes, no food ,etc.
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well if humans take over habitats a species could disapear.
or if we over use our resources like water or trees. we get clean water from where fish live if we pollute it and over use it then there won't be a habitat for them. also if we over use our trees animals that live in trees wont be able to live. so we need to use resources wisely to.
As our population grows the more bigger suage and trash places get so the more suage and trash and landfills less habitat for animals...
i hope this helped!
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World-wide habitat destruction, pollution, interruption of food chain, over-hunting, poisoning/trapping/wanton destruction, and eventual species endangerment and extinction.
For specific examples, see websites for the WWF, Greenpeace, PETA, etc.
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Originally Answered: How has hip hop affected your life?
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@Kanye That's cool man. People who say hip hop is only about drugs, money, sex, etc. just don't understand how deep this $hit gets. I'm a fan of many genres, but nothing has come close to impacting my life as much as hip hop. Everyone has their artists that have helped them with life at one point or another, so I try to stray away from bashing any artists. It's fun to joke around with it every now and then, but dudes are constantly at war with each other over "greatest" artists on here. People gotta learn where to stop that $hit and appreciate the diversity of the genre. We don't need no communist hip hop.
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