Wildlife Conservation Quiz



9 Questions

What is the definition of wildlife?

What is the reason for the decrease in global wildlife populations according to the 2020 World Wildlife Fund's Living Planet Report?

What are some of the interactions between wildlife and humans?

What is bushmeat?

What is the sixth great extinction event?

What are the four most general reasons that lead to destruction of wildlife?

What is chains of extinction?

What is the significance of animal species in different cultures around the world?

What is the impact of hunting, fishing, and gathering wildlife?


Wildlife: A Summary

  • Wildlife refers to undomesticated animal species, but has come to include all organisms that grow or live wild in an area without being introduced by humans.
  • Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems, including the most developed urban areas, all have distinct forms of wildlife.
  • Global wildlife populations have decreased by 68% since 1970 as a result of human activity, particularly overconsumption, population growth, and intensive farming, according to a 2020 World Wildlife Fund's Living Planet Report.
  • Interactions with humans include trade, food, media, religion, tourism, and suffering.
  • Hunting, fishing, and gathering wildlife is still a significant food source in some parts of the world.
  • Meat sourced from wildlife that is not traditionally regarded as game is known as bushmeat.
  • Wildlife has long been a common subject for educational television shows.
  • Many animal species have spiritual significance in different cultures around the world, and they and their products may be used as sacred objects in religious rituals.
  • The rate of extinctions of entire species of plants and animals across the planet has been so high in the last few hundred years it is widely believed that we are in the sixth great extinction event on earth.
  • Destruction of wildlife does not always lead to an extinction of the species in question, however, the dramatic loss of entire species across Earth dominates any review of wildlife destruction as extinction is the level of damage to a wild population from which there is no return.
  • The four most general reasons that lead to destruction of wildlife include overkill, habitat destruction and fragmentation, impact of introduced species, and chains of extinction.
  • All wild populations of living things have many complex intertwining links with other living things around them, and chains of extinction is by far the most destructive process that can occur in any ecological community.


Test your knowledge about wildlife and learn more with this informative quiz! Explore the different ecosystems, interactions with humans, and the impact of human activity on wildlife populations. From hunting to spiritual significance, this quiz covers it all. Challenge yourself and discover fascinating facts about the world's diverse species. Don't miss the chance to become an expert on wildlife conservation and preservation. Take the quiz now!

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