Jag Khabar

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Forest and Wildlife

Forest and Wildlife

This nature is the main foundation of our existence. Their destruction and extinction is dangerous for us. Through conservation, species of trees, plants, birds, wild animals can be kept safe, which is very beneficial for our environment.

Wildlife is called all those plants, trees, animals and other creatures that have not been domesticated by humans. Wildlife is found in all the environments of the world (forests, deserts, grasslands, mountains, plains and urban areas).

Wildlife is that category of wild animals, which live in forests and mountains outside the places where humans live. Apart from these, many wild creatures (squirrels, pigeons and bats) also live outside the forests in the cities.

Humans have domesticated many wild animals for their use. Which has had an impact on our environment. Birds, animals and fish are mostly recognized in the wild. Insects are not included in wildlife.

Some major Wildlife

Lion, tiger, leopard, elephant, jackal, fox, hyena, jackal, sambar, wild dog, wild boar, wild goat, giraffe, deer, reindeer, chital horse, bear, rhinoceros, langur, nilgai, porcupine, sambar, rabbit some Major wildlife.

Major Wildlife Sanctuaries of India

There are more than 500 wildlife sanctuaries in India. Many sanctuaries also hold important national importance due to the conservation of some of their main animal species. The names of some major wildlife sanctuaries are given below:-

Palamu (Batela) Sanctuary
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary
Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary
Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary
Gir National Park
Nal Sarovar Bird Sanctuary
Corbett National Park
Dudhwa National Park
Mudumalai National Park
Dampa Tiger Reserve
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Pench National Park
Tansa Sanctuary
Abohar Wildlife Sanctuary
Pachmarhi Wildlife Sanctuary
Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary
Great Himalayan National Park
Chandraprabha Wildlife Sanctuary
Someshwara Wildlife Sanctuary
Tungabhadra Wildlife Sanctuary
Pakhal Wildlife Sanctuary
Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary
Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

World wildlife day

In its 68th session (20 December 2013), the United Nations General Assembly banned the international trade in wildlife and flowers that are extinct from around the world and declared 3 March as World Wildlife Day. The first World Wildlife Day was observed on 3 March 2014.

Every year through different topics, awareness about wildlife is spread among the people. This time World Wildlife Day 2022 was held online.

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