The report says 15% of Britain’s wild animals face extinction risk an overwhelming impact on nature-k-boxing

The report said the 15% wild animal extinction risk: the overwhelming influence of a recent report on the natural wild animal, Britain is experiencing a severe recession, more than half of the species in recent decades have reduced the number of cases, while 15% species facing extinction risk. Since 1976, the number of butterflies in Britain has been reduced by 41%. Sina Technology News Beijing on October 9th news, according to foreign media reports, a recent report said, Britain’s wild animal is experiencing a severe recession, more than half of the species in recent decades have reduced the number of cases, and 15% species in danger of extinction. The results of the study showed that between 1970 and 2013, 4000 of the land and freshwater animals involved in the study, the number of species in the area of reduced or reduced area of the distribution of the 56%. After entering twenty-first Century, the trend of decline continued, and 53% of the species in 2002 and in 2013 there was a decline in the number of. There is no evidence that the recession is slowing. The biggest threat to wildlife and plants, the report says, is the "negative" impact on agriculture, which has come from growing agriculture. Other threats to mammals, birds and insects and plants are reducing the urban area expansion, allotments and gardens, and ponds and ditches drainage etc.. According to the Royal Society for the protection of birds (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, RSPB) led the 2016 "natural state" (The State of Nature 2016) report, through the evaluation of 8000 species, 1199 species are facing the risk of disappearing from britain. The report said that more and more intensive agriculture has affected nearly half of the studied species, and accounted for nearly 1/4 of the total impact of wildlife. The report also shows that the number of birds in the field has decreased by 54% since 1970, while the number of butterflies has decreased by about 41% since 1976. The mixed farm, planting mode change, change from the hay to forage, increase the amount of pesticides and fertilizers, and habitat such as shrubs, ponds disappear, of birds and insects, the number of affected. The government’s policies have led to dramatic changes in agricultural practices, which have nearly doubled the wheat and dairy farms in the UK since 1970s. In spite of the increase in production, nature has paid the price. The pond disappeared has led to a sharp decline in the number of crested newt, the use of pesticides to the South plant hit crepidioides. Experts also pointed out that since the Second World War, the United Kingdom lost 97% of wild grass. At the foot of the foot of the grass, now more like a factory floor, just green concrete. Experts point out that, since the Second World War, Britain lost 97% of the wild grass. The report said, such as pine marten and large blue butterfly etc.)相关的主题文章: