Although; bringing back these animals to these places where they once roam is key to help reduce warming up our planet. Although; bringing back these animals is important because, we need these animals to keep the frozen ground in check. Despite having a successful campaign to add more animals to their park in Russia, this is key for these animals to be introduced, and establish themselves overtime. Well, having at least 2000 deer will be a possible number what I am predicting when plans are successful. However; having bison, horses, and muskoxen are also important. Typically, few animals is a typical start, and it may take years for established numbers to grow. It may also take time for Pleistocene Park to have more animals to emulate pleistocene conditions. Well, we are also from a pleistocene era, and we must reconsider cooling down our planet,and reduce air pollution.
What If We Have More Wolves?
Wolves help keep herbivore numbers in check. If we have more wolves after numbers of herbivores are successfully multiplied to a desired number, we can help keep them in check. More wolves can help with out climate too. However; they do trample our snowy fields; helping grasses to grow. Although; wolves in our cold climate is key to help reduce our ground from waring up. We need at least 4000 wolves to have this effect, depending on how many herbivores are available, overtime; they will multiply.
If 10,000 wolves has been introduced as number of herbivores multiply; you can get a real result of how does our environment like this work. However; this careful introduction of species is very important to control this environment via a park. However; a wolf with more individuals can bring down larger animals like moose, wild boar, and maybe feral hogs.
Here’s what happens if we have more wolves for this park:
Enable Trees, Grasses, And Other Plants To Thrive
Wolves play a key role to our ecosystem. They can keep trees growing, grasses intact, and even help to keep bear attacks at bay. These important animals are warriors of keeping our environment in check. Also wolves do eat deer and other herbivores, keeping them in check. They do trample the cold ground like usual.
If we have more wolves in our cold places, that will also help prevent the ground from warming up.
What If We Have Lots Of Asian Elephants As A Placeholder For Wolly Mammoths?
If we added Asian elephants to this park, and use them as a placeholder for mammoths; we can get a similar effect of our environment. They do keep trees in check, and they canb compact the ground to allow grasses and other plants to grow. Well, we need at least 50,000 of these animals in order to get this effect. Also, we need to enforce stronger anti-poaching laws that will protect these elephants from going extinct. Also, we need to add African Elephants to induce natural selection as a way to get larger Asian Elephants as a way to get our snow levels on the ground in check. If we managed to get these animals established here’s what it going to happen:
Snow Levels Will Be Kept In Check
Extinction of mammoths has a serious consequence of climate change, I think having elephants in this cold climate may be a placeholder for this park, until they find a way to develop a similar animal to an elephant, or combine a larger African elephant with an Asian cousin. I think that will be a placeholder of this mammoth. Well, that require strategic breeding of these animals, and that also require 4 times the protection what animals need.
With this animal, they can compact snow and the ground, similar to a road compacter that uses vibration. If this elephant runs, or walks, compacted ground can help grasses grow.
They do keep tree growth in check.
If Left To Establish Themselves
If they’re set to establish themselves, we can someday figure out how we can develop a mammoth-like animal, and that will be a hero to save out climate in the cold environment.
With lots of these animals, that can also help with thawing frozen ground.
That requires so many of them to have this effect.
What If We Have More Deer?
If they planned this out; they may compact the frozen ground. As you walk through snow; you apply force as you trample the ground. You also free up snow that acts like a blanket that holds in the heat for the ground, causing the ground itself to warm up. With animals keeping the snow levels down. That also help some plant species get the sun, and give off more oxygen. Reindeer are grazing animals, but browsers are used to keep tree populations in check.
Well, we need to have at least 4000 deer to have this effect. We need at least 5000 of them to keep the snow level down.
What If We Have More Saiga Antelopes?
If we managed to protect this animal from being poached towards extinction; we can rely on this animal, so Pleistocene Park can keep poisonous plant numbers in check. This animal is an important animal because, they’re real heros who can consume poisonous plants; enabling animals to eat other plant matter. You need to have at least 4000 of them to have this effect, but this park has a fenced location to artificially gain more animals as a way to prime numbers for these animals selected to reintroduce to these places where they once reside.
Here what happens if we have more of these animals:
Poinsonous Plants Will Be Regulated
Saiga antelopes regulate growth of poisonous plants, and they do have a special kind of their system that neutralize poinsonous substances found in poisonous plants. They also help other herbivores avoid toxic plants with ease. They do live in the cold environments, but we need to provide them extra protection against hunters and poachers who hunt them for their horns, and their meat. Having lots of these animals is key to keep these plants in check.
Also, that will make our lives easier when we have no special tools in hand to remove these pesky poisonous plants.
Having at least thousands of these animals is required to have this effect.
What If We Have More Bison Species?
Bison species are also important animals, and they tend to graze for plant matter. These animals being reintroduced may someday; help keep plant species numbers in check. Well, American bison are keystone species, just like African Elephants. Asian elephants are keystone species to me because, we need these animals to keep our environment in check. Bison also keeps our environment in check.
Here what happens if we have more of these animals:
Keep the Snow Levels Down
They do trample on the cold ground, and they do eat plants. They do live in the cold environment.
Not just they will keep the cold ground in check, they can also keep plants in check. Also, that will also provide food for carnivores that depend on these animals.
Emulate An Environment That Once Exist Since Long Time Ago
If bison has been introduced to this park, that can someday be with other animals as a way to emulate hows these other animals lived since long time ago. Having more of these animals can also give you a picture of this environment like this.
What If We Have More Wild Horses?
That’s a good question!!
Although; wild horses at this park may be effective of removing snow when searching for grasses and other plant matter to eat. Typically, they have larger hoofed feet during the warm days, and they wear them down during the cold days. If you were walking in the snow via the coldest place, you are emulating how horses compact the ground, and remove snow. When snow is removed; sun enable plants to grow. Also , these animals will also prevent the frozen ground from heating up. Gases that are powerful enough to warm up our planet are a known problem. If these animals aren’t added; other animals won’t be effective.
If you are a horseback-rider who rides a horse during the cold day, you can find out who does a horse can compact a ground, but allow grasses to grow. Well; snow covering the ground block grasses from growing. With a horse trampling the ground as you ride her, you can get an example of why these animals play a key role of keeping the snow levels on the ground in check. Also, sunlight can melt snow, but allow the cold air to recool the ground, prevent it from warming up. Also, wild horses at the other hand… they play a same role too! You may need some wild horses to get this effect. Also, the more wild horses, the better the snow levels can be kept in check.