The circle of life in animal species coincides with the human world. If a portion of the animal population would collapse, this could have a huge effect on the human population. Each animal, on land or in water, determine how another animal or human will continue to thrive.
Nature, as we know it, also known as “birth.” Everything in the natural, material or physical world is known as nature. The physical world we see, touch and feel is also known as nature. Whatever man creates or will create is not known part of the natural world. That is, unless human’s are referred to as in “human nature” supernatural.
Wildlife is known as anything that is not domesticated. That would include animals, organisms and plant life. All types of ecosystems: plains, wetlands, oceans and deserts would be where wildlife lives. Sad to say, human beings many times get in the way of a wildlife habitat for the wrong or even right reasons.
The natural environment is also known as the environment. The natural environment entails every living organism, which is living, and non-living naturally on planet. If it were not for humans interfering, the natural environment would do what it does best: live, eat, play, mate and pass away. If you consider how vast our natural environment is will wow you. That is because each ecological system has animals, vegetation, soil, rocks, microorganism’s natural phenomenon and the atmosphere.
It looks like all of nature, wildlife and the natural environment have to be in sync for the earth, as we know it, to run smoothly. In college, I took two environmental science courses. In one of my courses, I learned about deer overpopulation. What happened was, a herd of deer were growing in numbers on the parcel of land they living on. The deer needed to be ‘thinned’ out. The only predators to thin out this herd were lions. This is the circle of life. One animal will thin out a species in order for all of us to live on this planet. Not a single human should ‘pretend’ to be an animal to ‘thin’ or protect any animal species. It is a good thing human beings are taking pride, and care for our planet. Going to extremes to protect the animal and plant life is just messing with an already perfect plan. It is just not possible or plausible to ‘save’ every single organism on this planet. It is best to let ‘nature’ take its course and allow each species to thrive at will.
There is something human beings can do to cure the unnecessary elimination of plant and animal life though. It is not for certain if when the industrial era was in full swing, how it would affect all our lives. It seems highly unlikely humans knew that pollution from steel, car and coal factories would affect our air, soil and waterways. That would be a conspiracy, right? Now that we know how pollutants shorten all our lives, we have begun to ‘mend’ a hurting planet. Through constant repetition, we are starting to reduce, reuse and recycle. Everyone of these things is making a big impact on our daily lives, even the animal and natural environment.