HAS GOVERNMENT TAKEN ADEQUATE MEASURES TO CONSERVE THE WILDLIFE OF INDIA
Yes, government has taken adequate measures to conserve the wildlife of India. There are many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks such as the Bannerghatta National Park . Bandipur park , Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Mumbai and many more . The government has also introduced various projects in order to save the wildlife from extinction. The SAVE TIGER PROJECT has been introduced to save the national animal, the tiger. But still there are many animals who are almost extinct .Hence the government has to be more careful and take adequate measures to conserve the wildlife.
Yes, government has taken adequate measures to conserve the wildlife of India . Many laws have been enforced to conserve wildlife. One such law is that poachers will be punished severely. The government has constantly been focusing on protecting the mighty tiger which is almost extinct. They have been trying to conserve the natural habitat of tigers that is the forests. They have taken forests as national parks such as the Gir forest in Gujarat as a national park. The non governmental organizations or NGOs have been constantly trying to conserve the wild animals . Government has to take up massive afforestation so that the natural habitat is conserved.
Yes the government has taken adequate measures to conserve the wildlife of India. Due to the growing impact of deforestation, continuous efforts are being made by some anxious animal lovers to protect the endangered species of wildlife as well as those that are on the verge of extinction and thus save the world from running out of its green heritage. Wildlife has three reasons for it extinction:
Beauty, economic value and scientific value.
Yes, the government has taken adequate measures to conserve the wildlife of india in many ways like:
1} they have started to protect tigers from being extinct and now they are trying to protect almost every creature on the verge of extinction.
2} government has made strict laws that anyone who hunts animals will be severly punished.
Yes, government has taken adequate measures to conserve the wildlife of India by:
Building sanctuaries like Ranganthitu, where birds come from various parts of the world.
This measure has helped in decreasing the speed of extinction of the birds in the world.
Government has arrested deforestation and is doing massive afforestation; hence there are healthy forests in India.
As forests are the natural habitat of animals it will help in conserving the wild life of India to a large extent.
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