Do countless species go extinct every year?
ive heard this a few times. is this true?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
on average about 15 a day go extinct but there are around 20 new species discovered, its an ever changing world x
- chris bLv 41 decade ago
Quite literally, yes - since most species currently alive remain undiscovered, it stands to reason that most species going extinct do so before we've had a chance to document them. And since we can only estimate that number, it is truly countless.
- sebscolaLv 41 decade ago
Yes, there are millions of species out there we have never discovered and many of these could go extinct before we find them. Frog populations across the globe are dwindling and noone can figure out why.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Yes, Earth is always changing and changing animals and plants habitats, some species don't adapt as fast as others and die off, or become endangered.
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- 1 decade ago
Sadly , yes it is true!