By Subrata Mukherjee
In love with Golapi, Subratagolapi
In the world’s ecosystems, wildlife provides a balance and stability to numbers and activities of the animals. The goal of wildlife conservation is to ensure the survival of all the species especially those which are endangered and counted as rare to be extinct . Another important aspect of the conservation and protection of the wildlife is to educate people realise the need of those animals and wildlife for living sustainably in this earth.
India has maintained a very rich tradition of wildlife protection with green and fertile forests and lands conducive to the growth of the wildlife animals as well as the domestic animals.
However, in the recent study it has been revealed that there has been a sharp decline in the flora and fauna destroying the balance of the ecosystem. A number of animals and birds are found to be missing for ever or in the way towards extinction!
This has been a cause of major concern for all of us. Without the presence of the animals in the domestic and wildlife stock the life of the human beings is in the face of extinction!
Comprehensive measures are needed to check the felling of trees, forests to avoid the permanent extinction for all the humans and such strict action is needed on urgent footing before it is too late to recover from the damage.
Therefore, the Indian Parliament found an urgent need for a Central legislation and enacted the Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 to facilitate all those demands and requirements to protect the animals from being killed or tortured by the greedy businessmen who took interest in dealing with the animals!The New World (Natun Prithibi)
….to be continued.