Nature is angry on human beings!
Biodiversity Sep 01, 2020
The driving force behind today’s alarming decline in species is the destruction, degradation and fragmentation of habitat due to our increasing human population and wasteful consumption of resources. As the human population increases, land that was once inhabited by wildlife is urbanised to suit human needs. In other words, the land available for wildlife to survive on keeps diminishing. As houses and roads are constructed, forest are cut down and cleared; consequently eliminating the natural habitats of wildlife. This causes animals to migrate to new areas and seek refuge.
When you can destroy my Home and friends, why can`t I?
Humans have a brain that has the capability of reasoning and thinking, which allows them to understand the concept of technology. Animals on the other hand do not have the ability to reason. Since animals do not realize that roads and highways are potentially dangerous, they are often killed. Every year thousands of animals are killed by cars because their homes are destroyed. Even though these killings are accidental, they still decrease the wildlife population. “Road building associated with agriculture, logging, mining and urban development seriously impacts ecosystems in a number of ways.
Man say`s : Please leave me!
Elephants say`s: Then promise me you will save the biodiversity!
Humans must keep a check on their activities and stop exploiting flora and fauna for serving their own selfish purposes. They must instead contribute towards the conservation of biodiversity.