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Please send an E-mail if you use or if you have comments or questions themacman2002yahoocom Wildlife species threatened by urban sprawl in China Chinas wildlife population is on the decline with many species nearing extinction The main cause is a combination of pollution and poaching but the major factor is large-scale land reclamation projects In our environmental science class we have learned have urban sprawl can force wildlife to move from its natural habitat The effect that humans can have on the planet is drastic According to the World Wildlife Fund in China at least 20 percent of all plant and animal species are threatened The worlds average is 10 to 15 percent Even more shocking is that 156 of the 640 Endangered Species reside in China To give an easier understanding of how bad the problem is The Shanghai Wildlife Conservation Station found that the number and variety of wildlife species in the city had declined by 10 percent in the past year Many people who ignore problems like this say the following Who cares if a couple reptiles or birds are extinct well be fine But as I have learned and understand we need to protect animals on every level of the food chain not just a few This situation with China is not an easy one to recommend a solution There are no easy answers China is the biggest country in the world in respect to population and people need a place to live This is where the concept of overpopulation comes into play I could be bold and say there are too many people living in China and we dont need all of them But we need to have the politically correct idea that all people are important and count So a possible solution to urban sprawl in China Building buildings taller to allow more people to live in them Ive read
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