It is the loss of the increasingly number of natural creatures that brings the biodiversity to the brink of being seriously damaged. The problem of saving the lives of these endangered species is considered difficult to be addressed. However, there are in reality some of the solutions to come up with so as to maintain biodiversity.
One feasible approach can be enforcing laws against poaching as well as illegal hunting in wild. A case in point is that many nations have strictly restricted, banned or heavily punished such activities that do harm to the life of animals. Nevertheless, this is claimed to have been temporary solution. With the help of the governments, people cannot totally control over the moderately high number of unscrupulous killers of the wild animals, who earn their prosperous livings by smuggling natural species.
Another prevalent answer for the question of maintaining a variety of environmental creatures is to reserve them by ourselves. Zoos, natural parks or game reserves can be constructed to provide animals, especially rare and endangered ones, with good conditions of living. Also, scientists can conduct more study projects to help avoid the extinction of threatened species. Even though these actions are likely to protect wild animals effectively, they may pose the problems of the lack of money and staff, along with the available land for zoos and the like. As a result, people have to save animals at the expense of a significant amount of forests.
Raising public awareness of the importance of biodiversity is the long-term measure to be regarded. Education in schools for future’s owners of how indispensable the world’s animals are and the ways to protect them may partly prevent the threat of dying creatures in the following time. Futhermore, if being equipped fully with the understanding of the value of biodiversity, many people will probably raise funds or support the government as to helping reserve the nature.
On a whole, maintaining biodiversity would take long with great efforts, which now can be seen as the tough target of many countries. However, by appropriate solutions as enhancing each person’s behaviour positively, the problem can be tackled constructively.