Entire Branches of Trees are falling off, Experts Warn
Entire branches of “Shajar-e-Hayat” are falling off, Experts Warning. According to experts, the future of mankind is also at stake due to the rapid extinction of various species. A recent report warns that humans have little time to stop this situation. According to a new study published recently, humans are causing the extinction of entire branches of “Shajar-e-Hayat”. The study warns that this scenario could lead to a sixth mass extinction of various species. The “tree of life” or “Shajar-e-Hayat”. is a metaphor, model, and research tool used to assess biological evolution and describe the relationships between living and extinct organisms.
Autonomous National University of Mexico
“The extinction crisis is as bad as the climate change crisis,” according to Gerardo Ceballos, a professor at the Autonomous National University of Mexico and co-author of the study, published in the PNAS, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. It was not recognized. Talking to news agency AFP, he said that in this situation, “what is at stake is the future of mankind.” This study review is unique in that it examines the extinction of entire species groups rather than simply examining the extinction of a single species. This is incredibly significant research since, to my knowledge, no one has ever attempted to calculate the extinction rates of whole species groupings or general researcher said this is probably going to happen. Robert Cowie told AFP”.
Species of Organisms
Anthony Barnowski, a professor at the University of California at Berkeley, agrees, saying, “So this study really shows damage to entire branches of a tree.” These were first developed by the British scientist Charles Darwin. According to Barnowski, the study shows, “We’re not just cutting down the most important branches of the trees, but using saws to get rid of the larger branches.” The extent depends on the species of organisms listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). Fish were not included in the research’s emphasis on vertebrates.
Fossils of Organisms
Experts from this study of about 5,400 species groups of organisms (about 34,600 species) conclude that 73 of these species’ groups have become extinct in the last 500 years. Most of them became extinct in the last two centuries. After that, the researchers compare this situation with the very old remains or fossils of organisms. According to the estimates made during this research, these seventy-three species groups of organisms did not disappear for five hundred years, but eighteen thousand years. It should have taken time. However, such estimates not final and certain because information about all such groups of species is not available and the fossil record is also incomplete.
The reason why the Branches of the Trees fall off
According to Professor Gerardo Ceballos, this is due to human activities, such as the destruction of other organisms’ habitats for crops or infrastructure, as well as overfishing and hunting. According to this researcher’s reasoning, “If you remove a brick, the wall will not fall. Our concern is that we losing things so fast that for us it is a sign of the coming end of civilization.”
Biologist Robert Cowie
All experts agree that the current rate of species extinction is alarming. But does this rate represent the beginning of the sixth mass extinction of biological species. (the last time as a result of a large meteorite hitting Earth? (i.e., the dinosaurs were wiped out 66 million years ago), is the main topic of ongoing debate. Scientists define mass extinction as the loss of 75% of a species within a short period of time. Using this ‘arbitrary’ definition, the sixth mass extinction has yet to occur, says biologist Robert Cowie. But he caution, “If we assume that entire groups of biological species will become extinct at the current rate or even faster, then we can say with certainty that this is probably going to happen. But the sixth major process of species and species groupings extinction has started.
Destruction of the Species
Ceballos warned that the window of opportunity for humans to do something to avoid this situation is “quickly closing.” The priority, he said, is to stop the destruction of the species’ natural habitats. And those who have lost their places of residence are to be restored. He declared, “There is still time to save many groups of various species.” If we start acting now, we can save many of the 5,400 species groups or genera in total.”