Which species can you catch in the wild?
Conservation biologists have warned that wildlife populations in parts of the world are in “excellent” condition, but that we are at risk of losing them altogether.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) said that there was a “very good chance” that wild populations would decline.
The group is also urging countries to use their wildlife laws to protect wildlife.
Key points: There are around 9,000 species of vertebrates in the world Wildlife experts say we should use our wildlife laws “as a last resort” if we want to keep populations alive The IUCN says wild populations in the western Himalayan region of India, the Tibetan Plateau, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, India and Bhutan are in excellent condition, with populations up to 3 million animals The organisation said the decline of species in these regions is “significantly greater than elsewhere in the natural world”.
“We have a very good chance that we will lose a lot of species,” said Mark Eakin, head of the conservation group at the Natural History Museum of Denmark.
“This is a huge loss for the world.”
The IUP is part of the Global Biodiversity Convention.
It has issued a global warning about a lack of “biodiversity in the west” as a result of the human-induced “extinction” of species.
But conservationists say we need to do more to conserve wildlife and that we should not just use our laws to do so.
“The extinction of species is happening in our environment,” said Richard Eakin of the Natural Science Museum of the University of Cambridge, UK.
“I have seen a very large proportion of the species that have survived in their range being decimated.”
“I’m not worried about the number of species that are gone, I’m worried about what is left in their habitat.
The IARC has warned that we need a global strategy to tackle this extinction crisis,” said IUCNC director general Peter Fosdick.
The global group is calling on governments to use wildlife laws that would allow the country’s wildlife agencies to use lethal methods to protect species and prevent the spread of diseases.
The report says that species in the “greater” western Himalayas of India and the Tibetan plateau of Pakistan have a relatively low population density and have an average lifespan of 1.4 years.
Eakin told BBC News that the IUCNG and other organisations were working together to create a global framework to tackle biodiversity loss.
“We need to get on top of the problem of biodiversity loss, because it is affecting us all and it will continue to affect us,” he said.
The problem with wildlife extinction in many parts of our world is that it’s happening in the midst of a very important moment for biodiversity conservation and the protection of the environment, said IUP Director General Peter Foosdick in an interview with the BBC.
We should take steps to try to protect the wildlife in the areas that we have conservation programmes, and to try and have a balance of conservation and hunting,” he added.
However, he said that conservationists were worried that some countries were ignoring the IUP’s advice on the protection and conservation of wildlife.
He added that the number and quality of species species in conservation areas was “highly variable”. “
It is not up to governments to decide whether we need more wildlife or not, it is up to us, as citizens of the planet, to protect these animals,” said Fosbick.
He added that the number and quality of species species in conservation areas was “highly variable”.
“We should not forget that there are a lot more species of birds than there are people,” he warned.
The WWF is calling for the UK government to use its powers to restrict the hunting of endangered species.
“If we don’t change the way we deal with wildlife in our country, the conservation of species will be in a very bad state, said Ian Walker, WWF’s wildlife and wild places director.
Wildlife experts have also raised concerns about the use of chemicals in the industry to boost the numbers of species, and the potential impact on the environment.
Fosdicks response to the news follows a similar one in 2015 when the IUSUCN issued a report that warned that there were signs that the species of wild birds and mammals in many areas of the global food chain were at risk from overhunting.
It recommended that the conservation status of wildlife should be changed to the “lowest” category, and that measures should be taken to protect wild animals from overpopulation.
This was in line with the recommendations of the IBF-backed Species at Risk Act, which was passed by parliament in 2014 and became law last year.
According to the IWF, in the UK there were more than 1,200