Human beings are one among the species in the world. As we are depending on each other, it is one of our responsibilities to preserve the other species to lead our life long. Otherwise, there will be no traces of human beings in earth. We will also lose our life along with the other animals and beings. We are using natural resources excessively that reduces the natural resources, which is great threat to the natural resources. Nowadays, no can thing of living without the technology, as it is rapidly growing second by second. Advancement in technology becomes the greatest threat to all the beings in the world including human beings. Human beings take their food, shelter, etc. from nature. Therefore, we are destroying slowly everything around us. It is not our duty or responsibility to save other species; the only thing that can make every human being to take care of the nature and the living and nonliving beings that is let us think we are killing and reducing our own lives by destroying and spoiling the other species. Technology cannot be separated from the life of ours, but what we all can do is use that technology in constructive way. If we use it unnecessarily or in a destructive way, it will be ended up in the destruction of the human being. Anyone can now accept and understand that we are the destroyer of the other species; so, it is our duty to preserve nature and other species not for the sake of their existence but for the life of ours. By preserving nature and other beings on earth, we can lead peaceful life. If not, we have to look for natural resources from other country or continent that will lead us to fight with each other due to the scarcity of the natural sources as well as food and shelter. As human beings are responsible for the destruction of the other species, then it is responsibility of human beings to preserve them from danger. Everything lies in our hands whether we are moving towards destruction by destroying other species or living by preserving nature as well as the other species.
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