In Mexico City, Mexico, Trump’s “Great Wall of USA” is likely to be under the scope of environment activists on the both sides of USA and Mexico, as per a recent study made in Mexico’s top university.
The study says the region between Mexico and the US has many biodiversities, and in this region, the new Trump government is building one of the world’s longest border walls of 2,000 miles, which will affect almost 800 species of wildlife creatures who are present in the region.
According to the Mexican National Autonomous University, where several ecologists researched on the current activity as a physical barrier into the ecosystem of Americas. They also believe that the new wall will affect severely on various levels of animals and plants, as they mentioned before of endangering of more at least 800 species, including some with critically affected when the wall completely build.
Some of the animals are jaguars, black bears, and much more which will lead to a catastrophe disaster for the animals, says Professor Gerardo Ceballos, the lead researcher in this campaign. As per him, the US-Mexican border is made up of forests, coastline, mountains and much more, if a physical division line set between the regions, and then it will be a cause of a decrease in animal populations.
Ceballos also said, political agendas and environmental matters are completely different things, the new US government is very much keen to make the wall, but it didn’t see the potential danger on the present habitats of thousands of animal populations