A comparison of endangered of plant and animal species in tropical forest from 2000 to 2100, a 100-year period is presented in line charts. The pie chart reveals the cause of plant life extinct. Overall, the number of plant and animal is forecast more safety than in 40 years before. In any case, while there are several factors in the rates of extinctions plant and animal, the most considerable cause is human impact.
In the beginning of period, the number of plant and animal extinct stood at approximately 4000 species. Over following forty-year period, it is predicted a gradual rise to 20,000. While the figure for endangered plant and animal will peak in 2060 at 50 million species, from 2080 to 2100 is forecast a sharp decline under 30,000 million species
However, when you look at the negative causes to plant life with the greatest proportion of threatened species is human impact over three-quarters of rates. In contrast natural events have the lowest percentage of extinction at 18.7%. Agriculture and harvesting are also harmful to plant. On the other hand, the danger because of human is on a much smaller scale in plantations, with figures ranging at 4.7%. Natural event threats such us natural disaster reveals at 7%, as the same rates of livestock.