Wildlife

Topics: Megafauna, Extinction, Wildlife Pages: 23 (5709 words) Published: November 2, 2013
WILD LIFE
INTRUDUCTION:
Indian is unique in having immense natural beauty is its
different lions and in possessing a rich and diverse wild life fauna Indian wild life is incomparable in its variety for
example, the tiger, the lion and the leopard room about in the same country elephants and the one horned rhinoceros are
found here in abundance.
India has more types of the graceful deer and cats than any other country in the world. In facts, India includes more than 120 families of terrestrial vertebrates.
It has been estimated that there are more than 400 species of mammals, 1200 species of Birds, more than 350 Species of
Reptiles and more that 29,70,000 species of insects in India.

REASONS FOR WILD LIFE

􀀀•The wild life has also been used commercially to earn a lot of money in on way or the other. 􀀀•The wild life is the cultural asset of a country like India. It has deep rooted effect on art sculpture, literature and religion of the country.

CONSERVATION MEASURES:

•For the preservation of species wild life management staff should have a correct idea about the exact habitat which the species under consideration needs. •Natural habitat of wild animals should be carefully protected. •Shooting and hunting of endangered species should be totally banned. •Habitats of wild life should be improved by constructing water holes, saltlicks and by raising plantation of better and nourishing fodder grasses and trees.

MODES OF WILD LIFE CONSERVATION

•Protected species of Indian wild life are here they are, white eyed buck, black buck, Four horne antelope, golden cat, snow leopard, great Indian bustard, Monitor lizard, winter lizard, leathery turtle, marsh crocodile etc.

REASONS FOR DEPLETION OF WILD LIFE

•Destruction of wild plants of forests for timber, charcoal and firewood often deprives wild animals their most palatable food and affects their survival. •Absence of covers or shelter to wild animals.

•Noise pollution by different transport media and polluting river water have adversely affected wild animals. •Hunting methods of all kinds and for any purpose (that is, food, recreation, fur, plumage, tusk, horn etc.) have caused destruction of wild life. SOME INDIAN SANCTUARIES AND NATIONAL PARKS•

KazirangaWildlife Sanctuary. •ManasWild life Sanctuary. •JaldaparaWildlife Sanctuary. •MundanthuraiSanctuary •RanganthittooBird Sanctuary. •BandipurWildlife Sanctuary. •CotigaoWildlife Sanctuary. •PeriyarWildlife Sanctuary. •MudumalaiWildlife Sanctuary •KolameruBird Sanctuary •GuindyDeer Park. •SesanGir•Sariska•ChilkaLake •BharatpurBird Sanctuary. •DaachigamWildlife Sanctuary.

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A Royal Bengal Tiger, the largest big cat in Bannerghatta National Park, India

A Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) surfs the wave of a research boat on the Banana River, near the Kennedy Space Center, and is an example of wildlife. Wildlife includes all non-domesticated plants, animals and other organisms. Domesticating wild plant and animal species for human benefit has occurred many times all over the planet, and has a major impact on the environment, both positive and negative. Wildlife can be found in all ecosystems. Deserts, rain forests, plains, and other areas including the most developed urban sites, all have distinct forms of wildlife. While the term in popular culture usually refers to animals that are untouched by human factors, most scientists agree that wildlife around the world is impacted by human activities. Humans have historically tended to separate civilization from wildlife in a number of ways including the legal, social, and moral sense. This has been a reason for debate throughout recorded history....

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