Eventually, humans are going to remove a block that will send the entire tower tumbling down and along with it, each individual block.
Just like the blocks, animals depend on one another, and at one point one species will disappear and it’ll cause a chain reaction.
There are still people who highly believe that endangered animals shouldn’t be conserved.
Many would argue that the cost on saving these animals is too high and outweighs the possible benefits.
Studies show that 99% of currently endangered species are at risk due to human activity.
Humans have a responsibility to help save endangered species because we are the top reason for endangerment because we clear these creatures’ habitats by deforestation, mining, or expanding and most of these animals, plants, or insects are at risk because of human activity like pollution from cars or factories.
Sure the Earth is changing, but animals have to adapt to it if they want to survive, just like humans.
Also, most animals don’t contribute anything to humanity, right?
For example, let’s say that a certain plant species goes extinct.
Other animals depended on that plant for food and without it, the whole food chain is messed up. We clear forests and other lands to build houses or mine on, by doing so we are taking away an animal’s home.