Many Animals Are Being Hunted to the Brink of Extinction to Fulfil Humankind’s Demand


Many animals are being hunted to the brink of extinction to fulfil humankind’s demand and greed for decorative purposes and other reasons, Such as traditional medicine. How can this issue be tackled?

In the modern era, individuals are very selfish. They do anything to fulfil their dreams as well as demands. A lot of animals extinction to achieve humans demand and avarice for decorative purposes as well as other reasons. There are many solutions to tackle this obstacle. I will discuss my solution in my forthcoming paragraphs.

The first and foremost solution is that individuals try to avoid buying decorative items such as monkeys, tigers, belts and so on because some companies get loose, and they also stop that work. Therefore, animals also live long life. Moreover, Although individuals see anyone hunting animals, masses should I do immediately call to the police as policemen give strict punishment to the people and they do not do that thing next time.

Another way to conserve animals from being hunted, the government should try to organise some seminars for individuals as well as publish size some videos of how animals are brutally killed by hunters. Kullu Street in 2014 one animal killed by Australian man after that he faces a lot of problems in the lifelike Australia police give strict punishment to him and he is still in prison due to this, other individuals have fraud to this and avoid to hunting animals, and the percentage of hunting animals is sharply decreased in Australia. Therefore, in my opinion, if the government seriously addresses these issues. As a result, all human brains make serious in there in this matter.

To conclude, although animals are also living beings, if individuals hunt an animal for food as well as for decoration items, the authority should take responsibility to solve this problem and make a strict rule for the public.

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