Wildlife Preservation: Successes & Failures [Infographic]

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This infographic outlines areas of wildlife preservation where we have been successful, battles we are losing, and battles we have already lost. For example the American Bison was hunted down to 750 in 1890, but thanks to preservation efforts this has increased to 350,000.

Unfortunately there are other battles we are losing, such as with the beautiful Amur Leopard. There are now only 30 left, and we face a difficult fight to save them. The important thing is that there is still time to make a difference and it’s not too late.

Animals such as Tasmanian Tiger have been extinct since 1936 and there is nothing we can do about it,  so let’s hope the same doesn’t happen to the Amur Leopard.

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Endangered animals of the world [Infographic]

Endangered animals of the world [Infographic] | ecogreenlove

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It is not uncommon nowadays to hear about one or more animals facing the verge of extinction. For as long as the world has been habitable, species have come and gone but nowadays, due to poaching, deforestation and other issues associated with greed and monetary gain, we are now facing a rate of extinction that hasn’t been seen since that of the dinosaurs. Inis Environmental Services created this infographic on some of the endangered animals to raise awareness in people and maybe we can help to make a difference by sharing it.

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Environmental Dates: International Tiger Day

We have lost 97% of all wild tigers in a bit over 100 years. Instead of 100,000, as few as 3000 live in the wild today, last year it was 3200! A number of Tiger species have already been extinct.

Tigers may be one of the most admired animals, but they are also vulnerable to extinction.

How can we help?

If you don’t have money to donate, donate your awareness by sharing your love for these creatures on these platforms.
twitterTweet about #TigerDay and RT!
facebookLike International Tiger Day’s page and share their posts on your Facebook timeline

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International Tiger Day #tigerday

International Tiger Day is held annualy on July 29 to give worldwide attention to the reservation of tigers. It is both an awareness day as a celebration. It was founded at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit in 2010. This was done because at that moment wild tigers were too close to extinction. Many animal welfare organisations pledged to help these wonderful creatures and are still helping to raise funds to reach this goal. The goal of Tiger Day is to promote the protection and expansion of the wilde tigers habitats and to gain support through awareness for tiger conservation.

These organisations support International Tiger Day.

These organisations support International Tiger Day.

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