What it is
Protecting animals involves trying to save from extinction animal species ranging from sea stars to beetles to snakes to frogs to monkeys. It involves trying to predict, minimize, identify, and correct for the excessive harm we cause to many animal species. Essentially, protecting animals simply means trying to do as little damage to natural ecosystems as possible.
Protecting animals is intimately connected with Protecting Natural Spaces
and Protecting Plants
Protecting animals is intimately connected with Protecting Natural Spaces and Protecting Plants
Protecting animals involves protecting spaces, minimizing our impacts, and responding to the plights of threatened species.Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Protecting animals involves a number of different things. It means leaving natural habitats as undisturbed as possible first and foremost. It also involves knowing as much as possible about the animals and ecosystems of the world to better be able to predict and minimize the damage of our actions. It involves setting up specific protections for animals that are in particular danger from our actions, such as endangered species legislation and protected natural parks. It also involves educating everyone about the importance of all sorts of animal life and also trying to Repair Damage
we have done by repairing ecosystems and breeding and reintroducing animals that were pushed towards extinction in the wild.
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