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The Wild Life of Today and How to help! By: Kenneth Val S. Cabebe Our home is Earth, together with Earth are the blessings of our nature. The water, the trees and the wildlife, but nowadays they are slowly being expunge in the existence. Their right to live was being ignored as they treated immorally. The free ranging animals was being killed by many factors but mostly included, the human doings. Human’s irresponsible actions due to necessity are being worst that even our environment can be slain. On the present state of our nature specifically the wildlife, it’s number of population is critically decreasing. Some animals are being classified into many terms such as follows: Threatened, species is likely to become endangered if it is not protected: Endangered, which means a species of plant or animal that is in immediate danger of becoming extinct and needs protection for survival: Vulnerable, species that is under threat from adverse factors throughout their range and: Extinct , a species of plant or animal that is no longer living. By the problems in the number of the wildlife, experts has formulated those terms to classify the animals that needs different types of treatment and protection. On the international concern there are many wildlife requiring help to those kind hearted human being to allocate program and advocacy that could help to solve this issue. And sadly some animals that are belong to the list of endangered animals are African Elephant, Bald Eagle, Black Rhino, Blue Whale, Giant Panda, Gorilla and Manatee. Most of these animals are very helpful to our nature as they bring balance to the diet of every organism. Some of them exist before the human does, and now they have their final hours on Earth. There are many reasons and
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