We see a variety of insects, such as shrimp, mosquitoes, chainsaws, and Bed -Bugs, all hovering around us. It makes us very angry to see them. Sometimes we use various methods to kill such insects.But still if you are thinking of killing them, it is important to think twice. What would happen if there were. Because the number of them is decreasing worldwide. Insects play an important role in protecting our environment and producing food. Senior Curator of the Natural Museum of London Dr. Erica McAllister says, ‘If insects around the world disappear, human beings will survive.’ What do you think of them? ‘They play an important role in maintaining biological balance. They also help to make the soil fertile. ”As McAllister goes on to say, ‘Imagine what would happen if there was no’ decomposition ‘in the world? The world is totally bad. There will be only feces and dead animals around us. ”They also provide food for small animals. Similarly, University of Sydney, Dr. Francisco Sanchez Bio says, ’60 percent of vertebrate organisms depend on insect bites for their food. Some birds and even some fish found in clean water are disappearing. What would happen if there were. Can we guess? How many insects are there worldwide? According to the USS Smithsonian Institute, the total number of insects is about 17 times that of humans. Talking about the number of insects in the whole world, it would be about 10 billion. Similarly, University of Sydney, Dr. Francisco Sanchez Bio says, ‘1 percent of vertebrate organisms depend on insect bites for their food. Some birds and even some fish found in clean water are disappearing. The recycling of nutrients depends entirely on the activity of millions of insects found on land and in the water. These include organisms found in the ocean. Besides being a food for the second organism, their role in decomposition and pollen is important. According to one study, the world benefits $ 350 billion due to insects. Dr. Bio says, ‘Most flowering plants are pollinated with plants. In addition to this, 75% of the crop is pollinated. Insects help for this. ‘ We are unaware of all the benefits that come from insect pests. Dr. Says McAllister, ‘The insect that helps in the transplantation of the zucchini is fatty. Like bees. We are also very unaware of the hundreds of insects and their benefits. ”The number of wild bees is declining worldwide. Monarch, a butterfly species that helps pollinate many wildflower species. The number of them is also decreasing in the past. But we are not taking the issue of insect pests seriously. What would happen if there were.
Is that big of their world?:Can we guess? How many insects are there worldwide? According to the American Institution of the Smithsonian Inquisition, the total number of insects in the insect is 17 times that of humans. Talking about the number of insects in the whole world, it would be about 10 billion. In fact, the numbers are 10,000,000.000.000,000.000. According to the conservationists, the number of insects is about two to thirty million. But there has been a considerable amount of research on insect bites compared to mammals. According to the Smithsonian Inquisition, at present we are only aware of about nine million insects. The number and diversity of insect bites have not been helpful in preventing destruction. Scientists also know little about the insects that play a role in pollinating many plants. Some insects have already disappeared before being identified and named. Dr. “We have so many examples,” says Macalischer. Which was discovered in the 1930 . They are yet to be identified. Whose existence is almost over. ‘ Scary assessment : According to a recent report published in the ‘Journal Biological Conservation’ on 2019, fearful conditions will be created in the future. According to the report, the number of insects in Germany, the UK and Puerto is decreasing by 2.5 percent each year. These are the only countries that have been studying Kira Phatangra for the last thirty years. The co-author of this report is Dr. Bio says, “There is a decrease in the number of insect pests of 41% of all species. What would happen if there were. According to a study in Year 2007, the number of insect pests has decreased by 75 percent in the 60 protected areas of Germany in the last two years. One such American researcher cites the report that Puerto Rico’s Caribbean province has declined by 98 percent over the past four decades. If this rate is maintained, many species will soon disappear. Who is the enemy of insect bites? :In most places, the number of these settlements has decreased due to settlement and cultivation. Examples of this are the kira phatangras that play a role in the pollinating of coffee. Dr. Macalister says, ‘These tiny creatures need plants in adult life. The larvae of these live on the deciduous leaf. If such plants are to be wiped out, their life will end as well. Their next generation cannot be developed. Similarly, pesticides used in agriculture and climate change are also the cause of the existence of insect pests. But the number of chains will increase But insects such as insects have been able to cope with such problems in the world. Because they have developed resistance to many pesticides. The impact of climate change is likely to increase the number of insects such as insects. According to Professor Dave Gangles of the University of Sussex, the number of them is likely to increase in the coming years. Their fertility rate is also increasing at a rapid rate. How to be saved
According to scientists, humans still have time to take specific steps to protect them. Dr. “These steps should include planting trees, planting flowering plants in the field, stopping the use of dangerous pesticides and preventing carbon emissions,” says Bio. If people start producing organic food, it will help to protect insects. This will prevent the farmer from using pesticides and will also help in improving the environment.