Scientists Gave Reasons Why They Refuse to Save Endangered Species, and the Truth Is Eye-Opening

Every 50-100 million years, about 95% of all the living species die on our planet. Scientists refer to this process as Holocene Extinction. In accordance with this theory, some experts claim that saving endangered species can be completely pointless because it interrupts the natural order of things.

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Scientists Gave Reasons Why They Refuse to Save Endangered Species, and the Truth Is Eye-Opening

There’s one reasonable argument that says many animals go extinct because of what we, humans, do. Pyron says that the changes humans make to the environment are not unnatural. We’re part of the planet’s ecosystem and our actions are just as natural. If a species becomes extinct, it will be replaced by a new one sooner or later. Of course, this is a lengthy process and it’s almost impossible to actually notice it in the natural environment.

Pyron believes that when people attempt to save endangered species, they’re just trying to ease their own guilt.

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