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Wildlife is destroyed most when

A

There is lack of proper care

B

Mass scale hunting for foreign trade

C

Its natural habitat is destroyed

D

Natural calamity

Answer

When there are no more individuals of a species (plant or animal) alive anywhere in the world, the species is said to be extinct. Extinction is also known as the process of dying out. The process is a completely natural part of evolution. But sometimes extinctions happen at a higher and a faster rate than usual. Factors such as large body size, small population, massive habitat loss and position at a higher trophic level favor extinction
So, the correct answer is 'Its natural habitat is destroyed'

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