WWF: 40 years of global wild animal dropped nearly 60% – public channel news agency in October 27, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) 27 released a new report shows that due to the influence of human activities, the number of wild animal world since 1970 has dropped 58%, if action is not taken, the world’s 2/3 the wild animal could disappear in 10 years. According to CNN and Cbs Broadcasting Inc reported that the World Wide Fund for nature every two years to release a life earth index, designed to assess the survival of the global wildlife status. As a result of the impact of human activities on the environment, the number of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles in the world has fallen by 58% since 1970 to 2012, and by the year of 2020 it will fall by about 67%. The report was compiled by monitoring trends in 3706 different species around the world. These species include 14152 species of vertebrates, ranging from pea sized frogs to a 30 meter long whale. If the data is accurate, it means that the world’s vertebrates are disappearing at an annual rate of 2%. "It’s a human influence, we’re in the sixth mass extinction." WWF scientists Martin · (Martin Taylor) said. "In our lifetime, wildlife is disappearing at an unprecedented rate." Lan Bottini, director general of the World Wide Fund for nature, Lambertini (Marco) said in a statement, biodiversity is the basis of healthy forests, rivers and oceans. We are entering a new era in the history of the earth." The decline in the number of wild animals is one of the signs that human beings have become the driving force of the earth. The report attributed the rapid extinction of animals to the growing population and destroying their habitat. Other factors include pollution, invasive species, hunting and climate change. Wetlands, lakes and rivers have been hit by the worst since 1970, and the number of species living in these areas has fallen by 81%. Although human efforts to protect wildlife work, but the effect is minimal, animal populations show a greater decline than two years ago. Taylor stressed that the animal and fish in the world die, not just threats to biodiversity, but may also have a huge impact on the human species as one, the government must take action to curb the slow death of the earth. Director of WWF global protection (Deon Nel) Neal pointed out, "the news is not all bad, we see a lot of positive signs", signed by nearly 200 countries last year to curb climate change global agreement, can help protect the forests, deserts, slow down the accumulation of carbon dioxide diffusion inhibition caused by ocean acidification. The United Nations adopted the 2030 sustainable development agenda in 2015 to seek policies to eliminate poverty and environmental protection. In addition, some species are recovering. Last month, because of China’s efforts to protect the giant panda is no longer the World Conservation Union (IUCN).