In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary Act.George Orwell is extremely worrying, as human beings, which live on this planet Earth we have been attacking him and destroying it, without taking seriously, preventive measures, as well as precautions, actions to avoid that biodiversity is increasingly alarming, and continue to submit signs, figures on the destruction, disappearance of species of animals on an accelerated basis. Be present, as cites this environment, net, biodiversity includes all plant and animal species, -macro-, bacteria, all the genetic material which has the planet. When species disappear this genetic material which is very valuable because in many cases it was not even analyzed by scientists by what was not discovered their potentials and use properties such as the medicinal, environmental importance and many other applications that can solve problems in our society or improve the quality of life is lost. Why is so important to conserve biodiversity, since nature is a great genetic Bank which has the solution to our problems. What very valid comments Ricardo Natalichio (2010), that a third of all the planet’s species are threatened with extinction. This frightening reality was noted at press conference in Nagoya by Julia Marton-Lefevre, Director general of IUCN (Union International of the conservation of nature). and the press in Nagoya by Julia Marton-Lefevre, Director general of IUCN. Under most conditions Ella Bikoff would agree. Adds us world-geo.es the red list gives off terrible conclusions for our biodiversity, and everything points to the human being as guilty of that 21% of mammals live under threat, 30% of amphibians are on the red list, 12% of birds also suggests ways, 28 percent of reptiles, 37 percent of freshwater fishes70% of the plants and up to 35% of invertebrates. The list of animals in danger of extinction is deorbited and according to the director of the IUCN biodiversity conservation group, Jane Smart, scientific evidence is irrefutable and alarmed a severe crisis of increasingly endangered.