10 Photos of Human Impact on The Environment : Made Nature Cry for Help
Do you know some of the adverse human impacts on the environment that has made the nature cry for help? Here we present some of the examples.
The fathomless relationship between humans and nature exist since the origin of life. Here, the human impact on the environment has caused a drastic change in natural phenomena. But, nowadays, we know for sure that we haven’t brought much good for our planet so far. The impact factor nature journals 42.778 (2019).
Our experts define nature’s “Mood Swings” as a nervous climate. Human activities have enforced nature to change their adaptations which has gone from bad to worst.
Here, we have collected a list of official facts showing nature’s most current “bad mood”. And only humans are responsible for this.
Snowfall for 3 years in The Sahara Desert.
“The Sahara Desert” which is the hottest place on the earth where the temperature reaches 122 degrees has received snowfall, much to surprise people of the world.
The water reservoirs appear pink color in Russia’s city.
Due to industrialization, different chemical composition has changed the atmospheric nature results in the formation of acid rain. It poisons the environment and contaminates soil and water reservoirs.
Tigers came out of the forest in search of food.
Poaching and illegal hunting have become major threats due to which the tigers have started to come into roads, city areas, hoping for the misstep of people that would provide food for them. Not only tigers are doing this. Many other starving wild animals have to adopt new living strategies. Unfortunately, the extermination of the forest is one of the global problems that has threatened our world.
Felling of tropical forests in Brazil.
If the trend of deforestation continues at the same pace, all the forests will be disappeared by 2050.
A beach in Rio de Janeiro with overcrowded peoples.
According to scientific research, it is estimated that the earth’s population will reach 9 billion by 2020. If we think about it 101 years ago in 1927, the population of the planet was 2 billion only.
Polar bears are dying of Hunger on the shore of the Arctic ocean.
These photos of a starving polar bear are the best display of our planet’s global warming problem. Polar bears hunt for seals from sea ice floes. But each year, the shrinking of ice, which means that these wild animals have to live off fat stores that accumulated during winter when the formation of ice happens naturally.
The whale died with 88 pounds of plastic in its stomach.
The problem of plastic pollution in the seas and oceans is becoming more consequential every year. There have been cases of whales choking on plastic debris and washing ashore.
This viral photo of a seahorse holding a Q-tip shows the tragic condition of oceans.
The seahorse carrying a Q-tip reflects the state of the world’s polluted oceans. 260 million tons of plastic debris get into the ocean annually, resulting in the formation of a huge plastic territory. The biggest one is situated in the Pacific Ocean taking up 10% of its surface.
A sea turtle covered in oil from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill swims off Grand Terre Island, Louisiana June 8, 2010.
Each year, more than 12 million tons of oil get dumped into the world’s oceans. This is due to the leakage of oil from damaged tankers. The British Petroleum company has spent billions of dollars to eliminate the substance but despite all efforts, they could only remove 75% of the combustible substance.
Thick smog reaches dangerous levels in China.
Air pollution has reached dangerously high levels in the capital of China, Beijing. Rapid industrial development causes 85% of people on our planet to breathe in polluted air.
Source: Bright side
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