How to Preserve Endanger Animals

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How endangerment of animals can be prevented or overcome.
There are many ways to help the endangered animal. One of the most important ways to help threatened animals is to conserve their habitat permanently. These habitats are area such as national parks, national reserves and wilderness areas. There they can live without interference by human activities. Human’s activities such as deforestation, farming, over grazing and development result the soil compaction, erosion, desertification, and alteration of local climatic conditions. These changes make the wildlife ill-adapt to the drastically changed environment. In areas where rare species are present, habitat destruction can quickly force a species to extinction. Besides that, we can also play our role in conserving the wildlife habitat. Controlling the rubbish dumping systematically and give heavy fine to irresponsibility citizen that against the rules. By conserving the wildlife habitats, endangered animal can be saved. Many of the Earth's habitats, animals, plants, insects, and even micro-organisms that we know as rare may not be known at all by future generations. We have the capability, and the responsibility. We must act before it is too late. We carry the responsibility to let our future generation to have a look at those animals which is not by merely in the picture in the book. Furthermore we can join a conservation organisation. There are many community groups working on conservation activities. Different organizations have different objectives—some work to protect a small plot of land or to protect whales, others focus on establishing good environmental policies in local government. If you have a specific area of interest, we can often find an organization that is working to protect the species or habitats we are most concerned about. By joining in, we can support well-organized, ongoing efforts to protect species and habitats. Despite of the scale of the project, we are doing it based on our...
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