From a biologist’s point of view, no. Maintaining a rich species diversity on the planet is better for all existing species. Biodiversity boosts ecosystem productivity where each species, no matter how small, all have an important role to play. For example, a larger number of plant species means a greater variety of crops; greater species diversity ensures natural sustainability for all life forms; and healthy ecosystems can better withstand and recover from a variety of disasters. Pandas are fortunate, though, in that they’re cute enough that most people (not just staunch biodiversity advocates) would be dismayed if they went extinct.
Every creature has a right to life.
That’s why there are so many groups working to save these beautiful creatures. Pandas International is one groups who supports the China Conservation & Research Center for the Giant Panda and has an education program to help everyone become aware of the pandas endangered status.
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