The world has witnessed the disappearance of numerous animal species, and some of them have sadly been brought back to extinction. These creatures, once roaming the earth, now only exist in history books and our collective memory. From the majestic Tasmanian tiger to the playful Baiji dolphin, their extinction is a harsh reminder of the damage humans have inflicted on our planet.

Although some may argue that extinction is a natural process, we must not forget the significant role we play in accelerating it. The introduction of non-native species, habitat destruction, and overhunting are just a few examples of how human activities have contributed to the loss of biodiversity. It is our responsibility to take action and preserve what is left of our planet’s natural heritage. Through education, conservation, and collective effort, we can help prevent further extinctions and ensure a healthier future for all living beings.