For every disappearance of a species it reduces the diversity of life on Earth with unforeseen consequences for the design of life. At today’s rates of extinction, there are as many as 20% of the world’s species that may be gone within the next 30 years.

Since the beginning of the 21st century, a total of 17 animal species is extinct with only two of the extinctions happening outside of the United States. The extinction of plant and animal species is primarily as a result of human activity. Population and economic growth, development together with little to no regards to environmental conservation have played a significant role in the continued extinction and the endangerment of plant and animal species. (source: Animals That Have Become Extinct in the 21st Century So Far – WorldAtlas)



A moving organism that can move about of its own accord and nervous system, creature, being and/or wildlife.
Species risking extinction range from the largest animal on Earth, the blue whale, to the magnificent tiger, and to the timid thick shell pond snail. Large or small, beautiful or unattractive, all species play a role in the intricate web of life. All of us in many wars depend on the Earth’s natural resources. When a species is lost, nature’s balance and the beauty of our world diminishes.
“Children trained to extend justice, kindness and mercy to animals become more just, kind and considerate in their relation with each other. Character training along these lines in youth will result in men and women of broader sympathies, more humane, more law-abiding in every respect more valuable citizens”

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Camels, imported from Syria, have been roaming the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts since 1857.

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