Is the extinction of some plant and animal species inevitable?
It's sad to say, but I believe that the extinction of some plant and animal species inevitable. I have two reasons for this.
First, our environment is deemed to change, and any living things have a limited time. Climate and landform are unstable, and species are supposed to die if they fail to adjust themselves to a new environment. Everything was born to disappear. We're trying to protect some endangered species, but extinction is something like erosion. It's a part of nature's work, and nobody can stop it.
Second, the last hope to avoid extinction can be on our human beings' shoulders, but unfortunately we are not aware of the significant task yet. Some people make a living by exploiting some plants and animals, and others find it fun to kill them for fun. There are laws to protect wild species, but extinction will be going on until their lives are valued.
In conclusion, the extinction of some plant and animal species inevitable as long as human beings ignore their responsibility to protect them. Many people might be indifferent and say "Why do we have to conserve them?" My answer to this question is quite simple. That's because human beings have occupied the earth to their hearts' content. Ruling accompanys responsibilities. We should know that.