Why Should We Protect Endangered Animals

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Protect All Animals Throughout history, many species of animals have gone endangered or extinct due to natural causes, diseases, and humans. In today’s world, many animals are now endangered such as the north white rhino, gorillas, and the list goes on. The world is losing so many species of animals in the society we live in today. In Africa, the government has made groups to hunt down poachers to prevent them from hunting down the wildlife. Many people say that we shouldn’t protect the endangered animals because of the cost it takes to protect them. We should protect endangered species, because there are many incidents where certain species have survived due the cause. Recently, many animals: rhinos, elephants, lions and other animals have …show more content…
Many animal protection groups and programs have been helping prevent animals to go extinct for many years now. In 1973, Congress release an Endangered Species Act, to protect endangered and threatened species. This act is still in active today many animals are protected under the federal government. Many states have protected their state animal and the U.S. have protected the bald eagle to prevent it from extinction. Doing so has help save the world from missing one less animal. In Africa, there is a group that is protecting the last male of the Northern white rhino from poachers. Once that last male rhino dies, the rest of the Northern white rhinos will die out. Kevin J. Railsback states in his article, Nature Matters, “One can learn a lot from animals which can benefit the human race.” (Railsback). In other words, he’s saying that if we protect animals we can learn some new things that can help benefit the human …show more content…
Although some animals such as cows, pork, and chickens are being used to make food. We can start to change that by helping some live out their lives instead of having them born into factories and killed once they are born. Many of these animals are bred into being food, most being drugged with steroids to make them bigger and fatter. They never get to see the sunlight or the outdoors. It’s causing an effect to them, when most groups save the animals and put them outside, they don’t know what to do or how to act because of how long they are in the slaughterhouses. I say we should at least let them feel the outside world and can see sunlight before they must go. In Conclusion, protecting animals can be beneficial to humans. We can gain new information from past and present animals. Protecting the can help save other species from extinction and save plant life. Making the future world see the animals that we saved and helped keep them on the maps. Protecting can be helpful for every animal and save them from complete disappearance in the world

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