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Arabian cat not extinct: Do we do enough to preserve endangered species?

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  • No, we neeed to do more to preserve endangered species

    I like to visit zoos and it is incredible to read the information about how many animals are close to extinction. Many of the animals at risk is a direct result of human behaviour. Therefore it is our responsibility to turn that around. The volume of endangered animals shows that we are not doing enough and need to do more.

  • No we don't do enough to preserve endangered species.

    Many of the world's endangered species are increasingly at risk of dying out. This shows that not enough is done to preserve them and increase their numbers. Deforestation continues to be a problem. In order to preserve endangered species, the world's nations need to limits on how much of the world's forests are cut down and put tough punishments on those who break the rule.

  • No, we are not doing enough to preserve endangered species.

    No, we are not doing enough to preserve endangered species. The governments of the world should step up their efforts to ensure that man is no longer responsible for the extinction of animals. Not only is it sad when animals go extinct, it is also bad for the food chain.

  • No, we do not do enough to preserve endangered species

    No, we do not do enough to preserve endangered species. As humans we're guardians of the animal kingdom and we need to do all we can to protect animals, especially those endangered by human actions. There should never be such a thing as "endangered animals" because we should be caring for them in the first place.


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