10 Animals Your Children May Never See #infographic

10 Animals Your Children May Never See #infographic

I felt the deep sorrow that I read of Sudan, the death of the last person in North White Rhino, and that we are seeing what mankind has done to continuously corrupt and misuse its natural resources. We are responsible for destroying a whole species–and most papers didn't even publish articles from the front page. Ten other species are included in the endangered or critical vulnerable list of the WWF.

Wild tigers are most immediately threatened by braking. In every part of the tiger, the tiger is traded on illegal exchanges— from whiskers to tails. Unfortunately, for medicine, folk remedies and increasingly, their components are used as status symbols among some Asian cultures. Sundarbans are one of the world's largest and most suitable tigers.

With a multitude of different animals, including tigers, this mangrove forest area is divided into India and Bangladesh and is protected from storm and wind pollution. The rising water levels resulting from climate change are threatening to eliminate this forest and the last remaining habitat of the tiger population. It is only recently that after a continuous attempt, the number of tigers has risen gradually.

10 Animals Your Children May Never See #infographic

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