Own report: The almost endangered shark, the Komodo dragon. Concerns were raised by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature. Environmentalists are worried about the news.
Sharks can become extinct from the earth. The Komodo dragon can be lost. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) recently expressed such concerns. At least 26 percent of the 137,000 species are endangered, the agency said. They also said that it is mainly due to human activities.
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A survey was conducted on behalf of the IUCN. At the end of that survey, a list of the most endangered marine life has been published. Sharks are at the top of the list. According to the report, 36 percent of shark species are on the verge of extinction. This is going to happen because sharks are being hunted at random. Apart from that, climate change is also having a big impact. The range of sharks is also shrinking.
The Komodo dragon has also been included in the IUCN’s endangered species list. It has been said that the rising sea level is affecting the habitat of the Komodo dragon. As a result, 30 percent of Komodo dragon habitats will be submerged in the next 45 years. As a result, the existence of this dragon will be in crisis.
Of course, this is nothing new. In 2019, UN biodiversity experts warned the world that nearly one million species are on the verge of extinction! It was referred to as the ‘sixth mass extinction’ in 500 million years.
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