Wednesday, 2 January 2013

World Animal Foundation

World Animal Foundation Detail
By 2025 as many as one fifth of all animal species may be lost, gone forever. In recent times, hundreds of species have become extinct as a result of human activities:
Habitat destruction by logging; ever-encroaching human settlement; pollution of water, soil, and air; unmanaged fishing that exhausts fish stocks; and illegal hunting to supply the demand for skins, hides, traditional medicines, food, and tourist souvenirs all threatens species' existence.
Extinction is forever. We must act now. Time is running out.
Humans are depleting the soils of the earth, eradicating its forest and causing the extinction of fish and various marine animals.  Wild lands are quickly being converted to housing and farmland.  Space once home to plants and animals are being eliminated at an alarming pace.
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 
World Animal Foundation 

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