There would be no direct impact on our lives. But to lose such a rare and beautiful animal would be devastating.
The snow leopard, as are all animals, has a specific and important role in the workings of the ecosystem. Although their extinction would not directly affect humans, these mammals lie at the top of the food chain so their extinction would have a negative “impact on other animals as well as plants and ecosystems,” (“Snow Leopards: Facts and Details“). For example, their extinction would directly impact the populations of foxes, lynxes and wolves which would in turn impact the plants and environments that these animals live eat and live in. Eventually, this could affect the human race with the overpopulation of species that would have been hunted by the snow leopard.
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