India's Conservation of Wildlife Strategies Difficulties and Challenges

  • Dr. Binesh Kumari Associate Professor, Department of Zoology, M.M.H (PG) College, Ghaziabad, INDIA
Keywords: wildlife conservation, difficulties and challenge, strategies, implementation

Abstract

Plant and animal species that exist and flourish in locations where humans do not live are referred to as wildlife. It encompasses all non-domesticated animals and plants, as well as a wide range of other creatures and fungus. Fauna can be found in all habitats, including forests, plains, grasslands, deserts, and other locations, and each ecosystem has its own unique wildlife. However, as human civilizations advanced, wild animals and flora were domesticated for human advantage, which had a significant impact on the ecosystem. Many wild animals adapted to the changes in the environment as a result of human activity and began to coexist with humans in a domestic setting. Dogs, cats, cows, buffaloes, goats, rodents, and a few kinds of birds are examples of such creatures. The fauna and ecosystems were seen to be harmed as human activities expanded and development took place on a massive scale. It was discovered that the exploitation of wild animals for human gain and pleasure purposes was increasing.

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Published
2019-11-30
How to Cite
Kumari, D. B. K. (2019). India’s Conservation of Wildlife Strategies Difficulties and Challenges. International Journal for Research in Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 6(6), 40-46. Retrieved from https://www.ijrasb.com/ojs/index.php/ojs-ijrasb/article/view/486