Extreme Creatures on Earth Are on The Verge of Extinction Because of Humans

Extreme creatures like Gorilla, sea turtles, Amur Leopard, Vaquita, etc. are on the way to extinction

Extreme Creatures on Earth Are on The Verge of Extinction Because of Humans

Extreme Creatures on Earth Are on The Verge of Extinction Because of Humans


Extreme creatures on earth are on the verge of extinction because of humans. But all of this extreme creature is in danger of extinction. Already many animals have been defunct. Some are in the same way as extinct.

Shark hunting for wings, African elephants for teeth or rhinoceros for horns; Human aggression has become so severe that even though it is megafauna, it is threatened by its existence. Before discussing in detail the nature of the situation, let us say, for example, the Northern white rhinoceros.

After killed in human hands, only two of these species are rhinoceros, and both are female rhinoceros. Thus, there is no hope of the survival of this species by natural means. Excessive animals called 'megafauna,' and they are essential for the ecosystem. Although not generally understood, these mammal species are under significant threat. According to a new study recently, about 60 percent of the megafauna is threatened today, and we are (human) the only ones responsible for it. 

In biology, the magnitude of the megaphone is vast, comprising many large animals. This range also includes the T. Rex Dinosaurs, long ago extinct from Australian codfish. So for the sake of research on this topic, Ripple and his colleagues did their most timely and essential research under a specific framework. Their study considered only megafauna survivors at present, and a particular dimension was determined in the field, especially weight.

Animals such as mammals, ray-finned fish, and cartilaginous fish (sharks, whales) considered as megafauna, up to 200 pounds or 100 kg, and megafauna identified for both birds and reptiles 88 pounds (40 kg) overweight animals. The results of the research on such 362 megafauna' species are very alarming, and the future of these animals may not be perfect unless necessary measures are taken.

According to research by Ripple and his colleagues, about 300 megafauna', 70% megafauna' numbers are declining, and 59% megafauna' stands at the same extinction door. This is responsible for hunting and direct killing to meet people's regular demand for meat or body parts. There is also the reason for studies, involuntary fishing and trapping deaths, illegal trade of skin, horns, or fins. Apart from direct killings, there are climate pollution, climate change, habitat destruction, and massive urbanization. However, for whatever reason, people are responsible for everything.

Combined with a list made by the IUCN with about 60,000 species in danger of extinction, it was found that at least 292 megafauna' under the same threat. According to researchers, these megafauna' are more likely to lead to the highest declining rate and extinction invertebrates! In terms of numbers, the whole thing is going to be a lot like this - 21% of all vertebrates are threatened with extinction, and 46% are down. Compared to anyone who is bound to be surprised. Because of the threat of extinction and declining rates for megafauna are 59% and 70% respectively! That is, the number of animals is gradually decreasing at least 200, and 150 species are in danger of being completely lost from the earth. Moreover, only comparable differences in megafauna are apparent with the threat of their existence amphibian (40%), mammals (25%), birds (14%), sharks, and rays (31%). Therefore, researchers think that we did not give as much attention to these large-bodied animals as we should not.

People have been perfect for hunting from far away for hundreds of thousands of years. Hunting was once considered a symbol of courage and heroism. The larger the animal, the more heroic it was. All things added up, the inhuman needs of the teeth, horns, bones, fins, and meat of the beasts of the black market. Moreover, the hunting of animals has become easier than ever in the development of modern technology.

Since 1500, years to till now, 2% of megafauna disappeared, and in contrast, the entire vertebrate animal is wholly lost at only 0.8%! Researchers fear that shortly, the number of these animals will decrease to 7 out of 10, and at least 3 out of 5 will become extinct. That means after 200 to 300 years, there will be no extreme creature present on earth if this process of killing extreme creatures going on.

The hope is people are now getting aware of this creature. By the shake in 1982, the decline of whales for commercial purposes by the International Whaling Commission which, resulted in a very positive decrease in the number of mammals.

The strong and concerted efforts of the international community to protect the large-bodied whales were very commendable and exemplary. It is time to make internationally appropriate decisions to protect another megafauna. Megafauna is not just natural beauty or any conventional means of biodiversity. They are associated with the balance of the environment, the equality of the food chain, economic, cultural values too.