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The biodiversity of the living world on Earth has been undergoing constant, almost cataclysmic destruction in recent decades. From 1970 to 2017, it resulted in a 70 percent decrease in the wildlife population. About 23 percent of the North American and Greenland fauna disappeared in the same period, and 31 percent in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. new data is available from the World Wide Fund for Nature Conservation (WWF).

Today, the over-utilization of the Earth’s resources and agriculture have the greatest impact on reducing biodiversity, and both factors are a consequence of the increased needs and consumption of the people who inhabit it. Reducing wildlife is a contributing factor to the decline in natural habitat, pollution and climate change. Biodiversity is fundamental to human health, nutrition and security in general, as well as to the stability of economic and political systems around the world! This topic needs to become something that many economic and biological groups that will play a role in the conservation and conservation of species!