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  • Presented by : Wong Moi Chan@2011
  •  Human activities such as logging and construction change our surrondings. Changes in sorroundings may cause enviromental destruction and affect the survival of species. Some species may endangered or even become extinct.
  •  The phenomenon when a certain animal species become rare to find and cease to exist is called extinction. Many animals were history as they are permanently disappear in the world.
  •  Today, many animals are becoming rare because their number is getting fewer. If these animals continue decrease in number, they will eventually become extinct. We call such animals endangered species.
  • Panda Tiger Orang UtanLeatherback Turtle
  • Hornbill Manatee (Duyung) Rhinoceros Tapir
  •  Beside animals, many plants are also facing the threat of extinction. Others have become rare and endangered. Some examples ofendangered plants are timber species, the mangrove species, the black pitcher plant and some species of orchids.
  • Nyatoh Tree Shorea Mangrove Tualang(Meranti) plants Tree
  • Slipper OrchidBlack Pitcher PlantNipah Palm Rafflesia
  •  Deforestation Agrochemical Illegal hunting Killing or poaching of animals
  •  Humans clear the forest and cut the hills to build homes and other develpoment projects such as factories, highways and farming. The enviroment is being changed to suit human needs. When this happens, plants and animals that shelter the animals are being destroyed.
  •  Humans pollute the enviromnt by releasing toxic gases and substances such as lead, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen dioxide into the air. The widespread use of agrochemical in agricultral sectors pollute the soil and water. These pollutions kill many animals.
  •  Excessive and illegal hunting or poaching of animals for their meat, skin and fur, horns and other animal products also contribute to the decline in the number of certain species.
  •  Malaysia government has designated conservtion area where plants and animls are protected in their natural habitats. Keeping and breeding the protecting animals species in capacity in the zoo. Implement tighter legislation regarding the protection of plant and animal species. Educating the public and enhancing awareness of the importance of preservation and conservation.