Please correct my report about Himalaya habitat.
The Himalayas are the largest mountain range on earth, which stretch about 3200km from east Asia to west Asia. At an altitude of 8000 meters, the air is thin, and the area is very very cold, covered with permafrost and snow. However, while it looks like a very harsh place to live in, the region actually abounds in a lot of wildlife that nurtures the rich ecosystem. In fact, there are at least 12000 species of living things living there.
→What kind of creatures do you think live there?
The Himalayas are home to sheep, antelope, deer, and predators that prey on them such as snow leopards, wolves and tigers.
However, the WWF report points out that as a result of rapid population growth and development, only 25% of the eastern Himalayas' original natural landscape remains. Hundreds of species of wild animals and plants living there are endangered. The report says. "the challenge here is to maintain the threatened ecosystems. The challenge here is to maintain the threatened ecosystems and to prevent the unknown wildlife from going extinct."