In this final, closing article that has looked at the long and complex history of whaling around the globe, we will examine the steps that still need to be taken to protect whales, help them to come back from the brink of extinction, and to finally rid the world of the cruel and barbaric practices.
When a species becomes engandered or extinct the effects can be devasting for local as well as world biodiversity. Enter the Engandered Species topic at the Environmental Science Channel to learn about current threats to endangered species such as shark finning and the impact of whaling on current whale populations. Find out which animals have become extinct over the past 100 years, and what you can do to prevent extinction over the next 100. Our best tools to helping our planet is knowledge. So join us on our journey around the world to visit fascinating animals; learn why you should help save species from extinction and find tools and resources to help you do just that.
Studies Show an Alarming Decline in Chimp Populations on the Cote d’Ivoire
Did you know that there is International law that protects endangered species? It’s a bit complicated, but it is certainly a step in the right direction when it comes to protecting a species from extinction or harm.
We hear a lot about endangered species in the news, but what exactly constitutes an endangered species? Find out just how endangered species are classified and more, here!
Growth of non-native species of weeds and plants are killing grasslands that the Rhinoceroses Unicornis depend on as a food source. Conservationists are concerned that destruction of grasslands will force the endangered rhinos to leave their protected environment in search of food.