A breakdown of the number of extinctions species from plant and animal tropical forest per decade between 2000 and 2100 as a projected year, a 100-year period is presented in the line chart. On the other hand, the bar charts compares threats of plant life by human impact and natural events.
Overall, it can be seen that the number of extinction species will reach a peak, after that this decreases slightly, while the plant threats are dominated by human impact. In any case, the number of plant and animal extinctions decreased are caused more by human intervention than natural events.
To begin, extinctions of plant and animal in tropical forest stand at 5,000 million species. Over the following six forecast decades, this rises dramatically and reaches a high of 50,000 million species. After a peak, the figure is overseen to fall until the final period by 30,000 million species.
Next, plant life has its threat from two main resources: human impact and natural events. The most serious damage was caused by human at 81.3%, while natural even witnesses at just 18,7%. Specifically, the same exact percentage (18,7%) happened for agricultural events, the highest percentage of human impact. On the other hand, 7 per cent natural disaster and 11.7 per cent other natural events offered for natural events.