Tony Robert Leo
what is the importance of wildlife protection?
Apr 27, 2011 2:08 PM
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The Importance Of Wild Life Protection 1. To maintain ecological 'balance of nature' and maintain food chain and nature cycles. 2. It has economic value. Many wild plants provide useful substances like timber, paper, gums etc. And they also have wide applications in Ayurveda and other branches of medicine. Wild animals products are tusk, ivory, leather, honey etc. 3. Most important contribution of wild life for human progress is availability of large gene pool for the scientists to carry breeding programmes in agriculture, animal husbandry and fishery. 4. Wild life provides aesthetic value to man. 5. Wild life of a country is its cultural asset.
April 27, 2011
Wildlife represents biodiversity,which is important for your own health and the well-being of the whole planet. Look at it as an interconnected ecological system ,where each macro- and microorganism ,whether animal, plant or fish affects the other. Failing to protect any unit in this system ,a natural habitat of any organism for example will trigger a dynamo effect ,that is likely to induce a non-equilibrium in the ecological system as a whole. This might damage or endager the life cycle of some species. There is an estimated number of around 40,000 species of animals, fungi and plants that benefit humans and more than the third of our pharmaceuticals originated with wild plants. So protecting wildlife is protecting our own health and that of the planet !
April 27, 2011
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Tony Robert Leo
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