A-Z Wild Animals Profile

Great Wild Animals Profile

Animals fulfil vital ecological roles: these include pollination (birds, bats, bees and other insects); decomposition (vultures, dung beetles, earthworms and other insects); seed dispersal (birds, monkeys, rodents, fish, ants); seed predation (rodents, birds, beetles); herbivory, or plant-eating (insects, mammals); and predation, or hunting of other animals (insects, mammals, reptiles, birds). Through these roles, animals influence such forest characteristics as composition and structure of vegetation. They also influence the reproductive success of plants, contribute to soil fertility and serve as regulators of pest populations.

The global expansion of human activities has taken an enormous toll on the wildlife populations. Wildlife includes all animals that have not been domesticated MUST be protected. Each organism on this earth has a unique place in food chain that helps contribute to the ecosystem in its own special way.

But today, many of the animals and birds are getting endangered because of human, The brutal extinction of wildlife will certainly have a fatal impact on human race as well. So, for us as humans, it becomes a great responsibility to save the wildlife, our planet and most importantly, our own selves from self-destructive behaviors.

Wild Animals Quiz:   Do you consider yourself an animal expert. Put your knowledge and skills to the test and see if you can match these animals footprints with their owners;

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