It is a natural process for animal species to become extinct (e.g., dinosaurs, dodos, etc.). There is no reason why people should try to prevent this from happening. Do you agree or disagree?
Some individuals believe that vanished animal species like a dinosaur is a natural process. Extinct animals are a natural process; therefore, citizens do not try to rescue them. I partially disagree with the given notion, and my inclination will be justified in the following paragraphs, along with the logical conclusion.
There are several reasons why I would argue against yielded notion. Deforestation results from humankind's selfish purpose, such as cutting down trees or logging thus, and every citizen has plants and garden trees. In addition, spreading awareness is also paramount; thus, people do other activities for the environment. Another reason is, the bureaucrats should have to make laws for hunting animals and give strict punishment to those who do poaching.
Furthermore, the authority has to allocate space where that fauna lives under monitoring and in the same environment as forests such as national parks, a run project for those animals whose species edge of the end, and attempt to save it. For instance, the Indian nation's animal bangle tiger was on extinction edge in 20 century. Thus, the Indian government embarked ‘tiger project’ in 1988, owing to this citizen's awareness of it, and presently, this tiger species population is triple than 1988.
In a nutshell, the animals who used to live on the earth their extinction is natural, and some argued that citizens could not able to anything to stop fauna from becoming extinct. I believe that spreading awareness, restricting hunting, forge national parks, and following the rules punctually by citizens could save those animals from becoming extinct.
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