Bornean orangutan on verge of extinction: should the United States help to save its dwindling population?

  • Saving Wildlife Affects Everyone

    Yes, the United States should help save the dwindling Bornean orangutan. Wildlife is important to all of us and everyone should help save animals of all types. The United States is a world leader not only with their military, but in areas of politics, social justice and scientific discovery. We should do all we can to help.

  • Yes, they have a duty to protect threatened animals.

    The government through its conservation body should take steps to ensure Bornean orangutan are protected to reclaim their dwindling numbers which are on the edge of extinction. It has a duty to preserve and protect all animals from extinction by passing laws that enable a condusive environment for their survival.

  • Many animals seem to be on the verge of extinction today.

    The United States should partner with private conservation groups in an effort to preserve organisms that are on the verge of extinction. These are life forms that may somehow help us understand life on earth on a deeper level than we do already, and see the interaction of animals live, as in humans.

  • Yes, the U.S. should help to save the population of Bornean orangutans.

    Yes, the U.S. should do what it can to help save the Bornean orangutans from extinction. The orangutans are highly intelligent and are able to reason. All governments should work together to save species of animals from going extinct when it is possible, and the U.S. should work along with others to save the Bornean orangutans.

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