Human beings, plants, and animals, are creatures that are a part of the world. There are a lot of species that we don’t know due to endangerment. There are many animals that our kids and our grandkids are not going to know either because now they are in danger of extinction. Many animals are in danger because of us, just think about it. Every years, we as a human raze, are causing danger to many animals. There are several causes of endangered species: habitat destruction, introduction of exotic species, and overexploitation. Habitat destruction is when there are some changes in our planet that cause terrible consequences. Natural changes occur at a very slow pace, and it causes a slight or no impact in the species. However, there are changes that occur at a fast pace. When this happens, there is little time or no time for the species to react or to adjust for the new situation. The strongest forces in rapid habitat loss are human beings. The loss of microbes in soils that formerly supported tropical forests, the extinction of fish and various aquatic species in polluted habitats, and changes in global climate brought about by the release of greenhouse gases are all results of human activity. Even though human beings don’t want to do that, we are not aware that some of our acts affect the species directly. You can help these species by avoiding some things that make them disappear. Stop doing those things now. You can help beautify our planet. Natural species are those species that are within a geographical area. They have their own world there, and they are adapted to their environment and to the species that live with them in the same place. Nevertheless, there is the introduction of exotic species that are interlopers. They are introduced by human beings. They can do it knowingly or unknowingly, but anyway they do it. The exotic species might not cause serious problems, and they are also natural native species in the habitat....
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