As a tiger, I am concerned about the ongoing destruction of my habitat, the rainforest, by humans. This destruction is having devastating effects on my way of life and the delicate balance of the ecosystem. It is also having negative consequences for the planet as a whole.
For example, I remember the day when I saw a group of humans cutting down trees in a part of the rainforest that I called home. The sound of the chainsaws echoed through the forest, and I watched in horror as the trees came crashing down. I could see the fear in the eyes of the other animals as they fled for their lives. The once-thriving ecosystem was being destroyed before my very eyes, and I knew that my home and way of life were at risk.
I urge humans to take action to protect the rainforest and the animals that call it home. As Jane Goodall said, ‘We must protect the forests for our children, grandchildren and children yet to be born. We must protect the forests for those who can’t speak for themselves such as the birds, insects, and other creatures.’ If we do not take action to protect the rainforest, the consequences will be dire for all of us. It is up to humans to make the right decision and preserve this precious ecosystem for future generations.