Good Morning/Afternoon Mr Perry and fellow classmates,
A habitat is the natural place in the environment where certain plants and animals are found. Threatened mangroves including the sunder bans are being destroyed by human interactions. Mangrove forests are extremely productive ecosystems that provide food and services to the aquatic environment and people. If humans continue to be careless and destroy this vital but fragile environment, many habitats and species will face grave consequences for humans and its animals.
The sunder bans are located across India and Bangladesh. Another dilemma that struck the Sunder bans is coastline erosion and rising sea levels. There is a massive population in Bangladesh and India therefore as a result; population has influenced several contributing factors to this dilemma such as climate change, coastline erosion and rising sea levels. Climate change results in human activity which causes rising sea levels and that heavily damage as mangrove forests are heavily dependent on the interaction of animals and its surroundings. Other hotspots around the world include Cuba, Ecuador, Thailand, Vietnam, U.S.A and Singapore.
As the sunder Bans is under heavy human pressure, clearing is the most prominent factor of the issue. Clearing has caused land degradation through the acts of government and for agriculture. With the human population expanding into the Sunder ban’s territory, human encroachment has been one of the prime causes of mangrove loss and habitat destruction through overharvesting, clearing, pollution, climate change and the destruction of coral reefs. With these negative human impacts continuing, endangered species such as the Bengal Tiger, population will surely be declining.
Groups that can help and sustain the life of the Sunder bans are World Wildlife fund and World Heritage Centre. World Wildlife fund promotes ecological sustainability to help preserve the environment for future generations...