Artificial intelligence has created images of these animals.

More than 80 species of animals in Ukraine are on the verge of extinction due to the war / photo UAnimals

Over 80 types animals in Ukraine are on the verge of extinction due to armed Russian aggression. Images of these animals were created using artificial intelligence to draw people’s attention to the problem.

As representatives of the UAnimals movement reported on the official Facebook page: “More than 80 species of animals in our country are on the verge of extinction and may completely cease to exist due to Russian aggression. The occupiers purposefully fired on natural parks, zoos and shelters and killed during the war already over 10 million animals.

According to activists, the Rashists occupied 8 nature reserves and 12 national parks during the full-scale invasion. And as a result of enemy strikes, 23,286 hectares of forest burned down. It will take about 10 years to restore them. The same goes for the soil: 182,880 square meters of land are polluted with harmful substances that adversely affect animals and nature.

Habitual habitat of many animals was disturbed. To draw attention to the problem, UAnimals activists used artificial intelligence and created images with animals that are on the verge of extinction in Ukraine. The pictures show a lynx, bison, brown bear, black stork and so on.

Animals on the verge of extinction / photo UAnimals
Animals on the verge of extinction / photo UAnimals
Animals on the verge of extinction / photo UAnimals
Animals on the verge of extinction / photo UAnimals
Animals on the verge of extinction / photo UAnimals

The effect of war on animals

  • According to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Russia staged an ecocide in our country. Six million domestic animals have been killed, at least 50,000 dolphins have been killed, and thousands of hectares of forest have been burned.
  • During the liberation of the Kherson region It revealedthat among the invaders there are flayers. The corpses of brutally killed animals were found on the abandoned positions of the Rashists. Among them were gray hamsters listed in the Red Book.
  • In Energoatom reportedthat because of the actions of the invaders at the ZNPP, animals suffer. Over the past three months, at least 30 explosions of dogs, foxes and wild boars have been recorded on laid mines around the perimeter of the nuclear power plant.

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