Wild-animal suffering will be a mainstream moral issue by 2100, conditional on biological humans still existing

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In a hypothetical post-singularity scenario where the vast majority of remaining habitat zones are administered by (or with the assistance of) a superintelligent AI for the purposes of ecosystem preservation/optimisation, do the animals in them still qualify as 'wild'? I assume yes but it's worth clarifying.

Is it one if everyone would agree that it would be immoral, but nobody thinks about it because there aren't wild animals?

@KatjaGrace Yes, I want this to be yes.