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    Just because we should help those poor beings!!!!!! Rbigqej nkdsmlgb42 iejkdls;h4fk lmxijefkoi349 el23uhn4 irlej32 hiqenjw kdmw,;FBV JSDNWFRBE JFKDS LDKOB RHJFKNDM SLFRBEHFJNK3 4RQEVW9DBISNJ KLHG4 BIREFJN KM RHUEID SJK3 HR9UO JKH 9UO JK M, FGREIGNFIO3F HFEIWOGBN FBEOIWBGNU3 FBRNI3UGBO3U BFOWUEBR24UO B3OU4TBH FB2OBG2 BFU2IBGU BFIWBF3U FBIU33I BFIRGBR3I FBIJRFI3B BFIU3BG3U9 B3RIBGI3 BVIREBVIR3 BFUIW3FB3RI9 BFRU3BG3R NR3IONOR3

  • No, we should preserve the species that can be preserved.

    No, we should not simply let species go extinct. Instead, we need to research how important each species is to its ecosystem and how its going extinct would impact the ecosystem. Humans also have attachment to endangered large mammals, like tigers and elephants. We know these two species are specifically targeted by poachers, and these are the examples of species that are salvageable. Additionally, honey bees need to be protected at all costs from extinction because they offer free pollination to humanity's crops.

  • No, we should try to help

    Endangered species are often endangered due to the impact of humans on the environment. Therefore, it is our duty to try to preserve these species whenever possible. Often, endangered species are not able to be saved, but sometimes there is a successful attempt and the populations begin to bloom once again, which should be the goal.

  • No, we should not let endangered species go extinct.

    A stark reality is that a good number of animal species are heading towards extinction because of the conduct and activities of human beings. Consequently, people have a responsibility for protecting species as they head towards extinction. In addition, the planet itself is enriched on many levels because of the existence of a wide range of animal species.

  • No, we should do everything in our power to bring species back from the edge of extinction.

    No, we should not allow endangered species to go extinct. Most species play a vital role in the food chain humans depend on. Losing even one link can cause a devastating chain reaction. For example if honeybees were to go extinct, not only would honey production stop, we would lose a major source of flower and crop pollination. If flowers and crops aren't pollinated, living organisms, such as ourselves, that depend on plant life will start to suffer.


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