Research for the environment

Evaluating Information Sources Pollution adds impurities to the environment. Pollution harms plants and animals and their habitats. It also causes illnesses as people breathe air with harmful gases that can hurt their lungs and health (Watts, 2012). Pollution depletes resources that are useful to mankind. Therefore, We need to control it to save the environment before the existence of man and nature got hampered.
Animal behavior is concerned with understanding development and behavior in organisms. Animal migration is a mechanism for moving animals from unfavorable conditions. It brings adult animals back to their ancestral homes (Kacelnick, 1992). Availability of these organisms out of disturbed areas is sources for the ecosystem’s decolonization. Animal behavior and migration helps in managing the ecosystem since the traits of the animals are distinct.
Many wildlife species are threatened with extinction, with species disappearing faster than before. The biggest threat is habitat destruction and human greed. Wildlife maintains ecological nature balance and cycles. It has economic value as wild plants provide timber and paper (Carson, 2012). Wild animals produce ivory. A country’s wildlife is its cultural asset and tourist attraction.
Pesticides kill bacteria, fungi and insects that destroy crops, are disease vectors, destroy property and cause disturbances. The greatest risk comes from the chemical pesticides. Pesticides may enter the body through skin, eyes or mouth. Farming companies make these pesticides no matter how inept they hurt the environment and the people around (Brian, 2012). Thus, it is advisable to use healthful methods to control pests such as use of organic pesticides.

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