Preservation Vs Conservation

By: Sabino Samaniego

Carrying Cappacity

Carrying capacity is how much a population can grow until it cannot grow any more. Both conservation and preservation can help keep all animals at carrying capacity in their own ways. Preservation lets nature control itself and have the animals hunt and breed in their own way. If one population over expands then another will start deteriorating. Conservation comes in handy for animals that overpopulate a zone this allows them to be hunted as game.


The laws for preservation allow for nature to take on its own role, or protecting an animal from harm such as pandas where they keep them in an enclosed area and try to let them repopulate. Conservation allows for animals to be hunted and a number of resources to be taken from the environment as long as the area is maintained the way it was before.

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