Why are animals endangered? Animals became endangered because we kill them for food, fun, and some people think it’s cool. Some animals don’t exist anymore because we killed them all or they all died out of existence. They also become endangered because other animals hunt them for food, or they don't have enough food and water, or a place to live.
Animals are endangered because we kill them for food because people don’t have food. Some people hunt them for fun, which I'm not saying its bad to hunt, I’m saying people are hunting to much. Thirdly, some people think it is cool to kill them. Just like Aryanna Gourdin, a 12 year old skilled and accomplished hunter, posted pictures on Facebook with a dead giraffe and a zebra. In all these photo she is smiled.
The most endangered animals are the Sumatran Elephant, the Leatherback Turtle, and the Pangolin. First, is the Sumatran Elephant is endangered because people kill them for their tusks. Sumatran elephant is found exclusively on the Indonesian of Sumatra. Secondly, the Leatherback Turtle is endangered because the people kill them for they shell. Leatherback Turtle are found in every oceans except the Arctic and Antarctic. Lastly, the Pangolin is endangered because predators got to them. Pangolins are the only mammals in the world covered in scales.
Sometimes, we don’t kill them, but then why are they dying? Sometimes they are hunted by other animals for food. Other times they don’t have enough food or water so they are not getting the energy that they need. A lot of the time they don’t have a place to live anymore, because we destroy it or a natural cause, such as a earthquake or a wildfire, destroys it.
So why are animals endangered? Well, because people kill them, animals hunt each other and sometimes they don’t have a place to live. People don’t mind that people hunt, but just not to much. I also think that we shouldn’t hunt for fun to much, because it is kill animals. So that's why animals are endangered.