Threats making animals endangered
We all know global warming affects humans. Do you know it also causes animals to be endangered. It damages their natural habitats. For example, as the icebergs in the North Pole are melting, Polar bears are losing their habitats. Besides, human activities like logging and deforestation are other factors destroying wild animals’ food and habitats, hence making these animals endangered.
Why we should protect endangered animals
There is only a small number of endangered animals left in the world. If we do not protect them, they will disappear very soon. This will break the food chain, affecting all other animals in the world. In the end, humans will suffer. Because of a lack of food, animals will intrude the places where humans live to look for food. The animals may even attack humans for food.
How to encourage young people to protect endangered animals
We should make young people understand why we should protect endangered animals. We can also encourage young people not to play computer games or use buy new electronic devices so often so that the problem of pollution, hence global warming, will be eased. They should try to put themselves in wild animals’ shoes. If they were wild animals and their homes were destroyed by humans, how would they feel?
Action we can take now
After knowing the importance of protecting endangered animals, why don’t you send messages to your friends and family to encourage them to take action to protect wild animals together?
1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13
If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.