Human impact on wildlife stretches wide, but studying the behavior of animals allows conservationists to better target efforts to protect potentially endangered species for future generations. It’s vital to better educate the public about how to change what we’re doing so we can live in harmony with the world around us.
Because of the many changes humans bring to natural habitat, plants and animals disappear about a thousand times faster than they ever have before, meaning around 100 species a day go extinct — both plants and animals. Many factors contribute to some animals becoming endangered. People can’t control everything, such as unfair competition for resources, but they can manage a number of factors leading to potential loss of a species.