TOPIC :- WILDLIFE CONSEVATION
India , the one and only land, defines the most diversified beauty at its pristine location with versatile attraction. Not only in terms of culture, festival and eloquent historical monuments; but this incredible land is best accosted with a variety of wildlife living amidst the astonishing landscape and a wide range of floral beauty. With almost 4% of land under the forests, Indian wildlife is perfectly known as rich and diverse. Lying along the Indomalaya ecozone, India is a significant home with perfect biodiversity to 7.6% of all mammalian, 12.6% of avian, 6.2% of reptilian, and 6.0% of flowering plant species. Many ecoregions, such as the shola forests, also exhibit extremely high rates of endemism; overall, 33% of Indian plant species are endemic. India's forest cover ranges from the tropical rainforest of the Andaman Islands, Western Ghats, and Northeast India to the coniferous forest of the Himalaya Conservation is concerned with the long-term preservation of cultural property through examination, documentation, treatment, and preventive care. Conscious efforts to conserve and protect global biodiversity are a recent phenomenon Wildlife conservation is the science of analyzing and protecting the Earth’s biological diversity, which is the variation of life forms within a given ecosystem, or for the entire Earth. Biodiversity on the Earth today consists of many millions of distinct biological species. Wild life provides an aesthetic value to man. Wildlife of a country is its cultural asset. To maintain ecological balance of nature and maintain food chain and nature cycles Wildlife conservation is the practice of protecting endangered plant and animal species and their habitats. Among the goals of wildlife conservation are to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy and to recognize the importance of wildlife and wilderness lands to humans. Many nations have government agencies dedicated to wildlife conservation, which help to implement policies designed to protect wildlife. Numerous independent nonprofit organizations also promote various wildlife conservation causes. The government can formulate laws and policies, put various Conservation Projects into place but the success of these projects lies with the people. It is the community that is responsible for the effective implementation of these initiatives. As members of a community it is our duty to conserve and protect the Natural Vegetation and Wildlife not just for our present but for the future generation as well. It also ensures sustainable development Aims & Objectives
Why I chose the topic?
Conserving wildlife is crucial to avoid negative outcomes and sustain the services we acquire. In nature, different species are connected through various food webs. It’s a fact that the disappearance of one species could influence several others down the line. The loss of an animal that isn't especially important economically or culturally could unexpectedly affect a type of animal that is, so widespread wildlife conservation is a general preventative measure for unforeseen problems. There are many reasons - both emotional and practical - why wildlife conservation is important. Conservation can have powerful, direct impact on the daily lives of people around the world, as well as on plant and animal life and the environment as a whole Wildlife diversity has a broad appeal. The psychological benefits of biodiversity for humans can be difficult to measure, but they're also difficult to dismiss. Studying animals and their habitats can be a valuable learning experience for students of all ages.so I have selected this topic of wildlife conservation “God loved animals and created forests, Man loved animals and created cages.” Aims
To promote the welfare and conservation of primates.
To provide a home for life to primates in need of rescue and rehabilitation. To end the trade in primates...
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