Endangered Grizzly Bear
The Grizzly Bear has become endangered in coniferous forests because of hunting and deforestation. Grizzly Bears are being hunted for their meat and fur. Also trees are being cut down at an extremely alarming rate which makes it hard for Bears to stay away from Humans hunting them. In some regions of boreal forests, trees are lost at the same rates of trees in rainforests. People don't want these bears to go extinct but by hunting them and cutting down trees people are causing them to go extinct.
Habitat Destruction- Yes. These Grizzly Bears are suffering from deforestation.
Invasive Species- There is not an invasive species affecting the Grizzly Bear.
Population- Estimated only 1,800 Grizzly Bears left in the world.
Pollution- The animal is not suffering because of pollution.
Climate Change- The animal is not suffering from climate change.
Overharvesting- Grizzly Bears are being hunted for their furs and meat which is putting them into endangerment.
Invasive Gray Squirrel
The Gray squirrel is originally from the United States but in 1948 entered the ecosystem in coniferous forests in Europe such as in Norway. The gray squirrel is severely damaging certain species like the red squirrel who is a native to the area. These Gray Squirrels are taking the Red Squirrels resources. Also Gray squirrels spread Squirrel Pox which is a highly contagious disease.