What are the objectives of wild life conservation?

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Areas which are less fertile, more than 1000 mtrs. in altitude and having a hilly topography can be used for development of forests. A part of the annual production of the forests may be used in a limited way so as not to damage soil and trees. Even after utilization the health of the forest should not be affected.

What are the objectives of wild life conservation?

1. Protection of natural habitats of organisms through controlled exploita­tion.

2. Maintenance of rare species in protected areas such as national parks, santuries etc.,

3. Establishment of specific biosphere reserves for endangered plants and animals.

4. Protection of wild life through legislation such as banning hunting etc.,

5. Imposing specific restrictions on export of endangered plants and animals or their products.

6. Educating the public about the need to protect and preserve the environ­ment as a long range goal for the welfare of future generations.


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