In class we are creating a film about a endangered animal to spread awareness I am creating a script about the gorilla I think that you should either donate your phone or help them in some way.
There are only 680 mountain gorillas left so do something help them before they are wiped of the face of the earth
this unique animal that has is one of the closest primates to the human race. If we were in their position we would want others to help not just stand there not just take there bones and habitat.
The majestic gorilla chomping down on bamboo shoots not hurting ANYONE
Stop dreaming this is not the reality
People are killing them.
Gorillas are dying
We’re killing them
Well you think its not my fault im not a poacher I don’t buy the bush meat but you, you the consumer are killing them all that wood you buy to build YOUR house it doesn’t just come out of nowhere no it comes from forests where GORILLAS live so check where your wood comes from
6000 trees are cut down a minuet
If that doesn’t get to you that’s 8 640 000 trees a day
Not only do trees getting cut down effect gorillas they effect many animals that need forests to survive.
There habitat is disappearing
%10 of wood on the market was illegally cut down there is probably a lot more.
Coltan have you ever heard of it probably not but I know you have it in your phones in your computer in anything that has a battery this is one massive reason why gorillas are dying is coltan, coltan is found near where the gorillas live and it is illegally mined.
Gorillas are also part of the animal trade illegaly poached animals. There bush meat is sold and there bones are used as trophies.
One way you can help these critically endangered animals from diapering of the face of the planet is by recycling your mobile phones just take your phone to the zoo and they will sell it the money they get will go to conservation of the species and also reduces the demand for conflict minerals, such as coltan. Therefore, less habitat is destroyed.
We need tougher laws and stricter enforcement on poaching and logging
Check where your wood comes from.
Spread the message and help gorillas stay alive.