Ecology homework help
Understanding our environment and all living organism is very important. It helps in knowing the importance of every living organism in it. In an ecology, both plants and animals are important in many ways. It is well known that animals (human beings) use oxygen generated from plants to survive. However, it has been observed that some living organisms are becoming extinct in our environment. Biodiversity is an ecological term that describes a huge variety of plants and animals. It starts from the species level of a particular living organism up to the entire ecosystem (Haahtela, 2019). In this paper, I will be discussing how biodiversity has been destroyed. Human beings have destroyed the biodiversity that has threatened the existence of some species.
In this research, I will be discussing how wild animals have been threatened and their population reduced. Some wild animals are facing extinction due to the inconducive environment and challenges caused by human beings. I will research how wild animals such as elephants, rhinos, zebras, among others are being affected by human beings. The research is expected to be done for three weeks. It will involve visiting national parks and seeing how wild animals live and assessing their environment and some of the threatening factors around.
The research will also involve interviews from the relevant authorities to give data on animal variation in the park. Comparison data from some parks and what might have changed the ecosystem will also be discussed. At the end of the result, I will give qualitative and quantitative data on how the population of wild animals has been changing. The factors behind these threats will be discussed and give away what should be done. The information will be important to future ecologists and know how the ecology can be preserved.
Haahtela, T. (2019). A biodiversity hypothesis. Allergy, 74(8), 1445-1456.