Friday, March 7, 2014

Indonesian wildlife is now Already Extinct Existence

Indonesia is a country that coined the very rich biodiversity and second to none . A total wildlife species , equivalent to 17 % of animals in the world are also expected in Indonesia , although the vast Indonesian world wide compared to just 1.5 % . However , poaching and deforestation make Indonesia also has a list of animals that have been extinct . As a continuation of the Indonesian animals now extinct ( 1 ) , we will review other animals have also been declared extinct . Here's his review for you .
(see also: pakan burung)

tiger - tasmania

Tasmanian tiger habitat once had in New Guinea and Australia . This beast has a special feature in the form of his back that has a striped pattern and shape that is not too resemble tigers in general . Tasmanian tiger is also often referred to as the Tasmanian wolf . The animal was declared extinct in the 20th century because of disease and human disturbance to the habitat .

rat - cave - flores

Flores Cave Rat ( Spelaeomys florensis ) into the rat - tikusan families are identified from subfosil fragments that have been found on the island of Flores .

From the name , Verhoeven 's giant tree rat ( Papgomys theodorverhoeveni ) is a tribe of rats were big and often live in trees . These animals have lived on the island of Flores and has been declared extinct by the IUCN in 1996. Zoologists believe that the animal is already extinct in the year 1500 BC . Subfosil fargmen - fragments have been found on the island of Flores .(see also: pakan burung kacer)

Important cause of extinction of these animals do not escape from the hands of people who make their living habitat is increasingly threatened . Indonesia's forests in the 1950s has an area of ​​162 million hectares now only 138 million hectares . Some even provide data that is more sad and mentions that the forest area in Indonesia is not more than 120 million acres . With the conversion of forest to cropland and housing , other wild animals are also endangered .


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