Nearly one-fourth of mammels in the UK are prone to extinction courtesy of global warming. More than 40 percent of animal species are declining in numbers since 1970. One in every Seven animal species is prone to death, decay and may leave the scenes of earth for good.
Wildlife organization and other government agencies carried out their research on nearly 7000 species found in the UK before reaching this conclusion.
Wildlife in the UK faces serious threat of extinction
The Wildlife is already at stake in different parts of the globe. Thanks to the unprecedented rise in the temperatures of the earth courtesy of environmental pollution. The weather’s are becoming extreme and unpredictable and the animal life finds it difficult to adjust in uncontrolled weather patterns. The same is the scenario with the wildlife in the UK where one in every Seven species are vulnerable to extinction.
Carbon emissions into the atmospheres greatly because of fossil fuel burning. Automobiles, factories and other electrical utensils release carbon dioxide, ammonia, nitrogen and other deadly gases into the upper atmosphere which is eating away the Ozone layer. This layer guards our earth from the harmful impacts of UV radiations.
The use of plastic has increased and plastic burns to yield carbon dioxide gas too. A complete ban on use of plastic bag is the dire need of heavily polluted world.
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