Savanna Poaching Awarness
Poaching of endangered species
Savannas are also known as tropical grasslands, scattered with shrubs and isolated trees.
The poaching of endangered species is a growing problem in the savannahs. Hunters poach for fur, elephant tusks, bones, and sometimes just for fun. This means that the endangered animals are at an even higher risk. Major victims of poaching include the African elephant and African lion.
My proposed solution for this problem is to make the consequence for all poachers much more undesirable (Bigger fines/jail time). Another solution would be to create more protective reserves. Some of the positive impacts this would have include a big drop in the number of endangered species as well as a prevention plan to stop other species from being added to the endangered species list.