Half species of African animals and birds endangered

According to a new study, half of the species of African mammals and birds could become extinct by the end of 2100 due to human activities. The report, prepared by 550 experts from around the world, states that declining biodiversity could affect human quality of life. According to the report, the number of animals and plants living on land in Europe and Central Asia has decreased by 42% in the last decade. The figures come after the death of the world's last male white rhinoceros. Despite these dark revelations, the research points to a successful increase in wildlife. According to the Intergovernmental Science Policy Platform of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), China and Northeast Asia saw a 20% increase in rainforests between 1990 and 2015. The study also found that the population of endangered Amur leopards has increased. Speaking at the Biodiversity Summit 2018 in Colombia, Sir Robert Watson, a British scientist, said: Will face "Fortunately, the evidence also shows that we know how to protect important natural elements and to some extent restore them to their original state," he said. The study looked at more than 10,000 scientific articles and is said to be the most comprehensive research on the biological system since 2005. Food and water hazards include pollution, climate change and deforestation. Scientists say that when governments, businesses and individuals make decisions about farming, fishing, forestry, mining or building infrastructure, they must also consider the impact on their ecosystems. https://www.bbc.com/urdu/science-43523738

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