Wildlife Protection- Trade in Wildlife Articles

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INTRODUCTION2-3
WILDLIFE TRADE4
THE GLOBAL WILDLIFE TRADE: AN INTERNATIONAL DISGRACE5
WILDLIFE TRADE AND TRAFFICKING IN INDIA5-6
A SAMPLE CATALOGUE AND RATE CARD OF WILDLIFE PRODUCTS7
WILDLIFE EXTINCTION LEADS TO RISK OF GLOBAL HEALTH PROBLEMS FOR HUMANS7 MEASURES TAKEN TO COMBAT TRADE IN WILDLIFE ARTICLES8
LEGISLATIVE ACTION8
WILDLIFE (PROTECTION) ACT, 19729
CONSERVATION AND ITS MANAGEMENT9
PROTECTED AREA10
NO RIGHT TO LIVE IN WILDLIFE AREA WITHOUT PERMISSION/PERMIT10 TRADE OR COMMERCE IN WILD ANIMALS, ANIMAL ARTICLES AND TROPHIES PROHIBITED11-12 PENALTIES13
WE NEED TO CHANGE14


INTRODUCTION
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Believe me.
Trees are as much holistically breathing gas us;
The wind perpetually exhaling from even the most infinitesimal pore of their emolliently serrated skin; is an unconquerably undefeated testimonial to the same.
Believe me.
Trees are as immortally loving as us;
the unbreakable relationships that they form with every conceivably philanthropic entity of the atmosphere and beyond; is a timelessly exemplary testimonial to the same.
So
The Next time you think of chopping a tree for “Paper” or spuriously turgid bonfires to passionately enlighten your every dreary night; remember that you’d be insanely annihilating one human of your own kind, Instead.

I’d humbly suggest friends.
Please switch over to Lightning fast and non-invasively state-of-the-art Modern Technology. Please switch over to the unlimitedly bountiful Internet. Please switchover to harmlessly innocuous; yet majestically sparkling and ETERNAL E-PAPER…………..

………Nikhil Paresh, Ahmedabad, India - a Love Poet and World Record Holder for Poetry with the Limca Book of Records India (Only 2nd in Official World Rankings to the Guinness Book of World Records)

From times immemorial, Nature has got a very close relationship with human beings. Human beings had been inspired by Nature in many forms and it had led to the outburst of poetry and prose relating and surrounding Mother Nature.

Why exactly do we humans have such an incredibly large influence on other species and the natural world? We are unique among animal species in that we survive and reproduce in a wide variety of environments through cultural adaptations . In contrast, other species are primarily able to survive and reproduce due to biological adaptations that result from eons of natural selection and biological evolution. The cultural adaptations of humans have allowed them to colonize nearly every ecosystem type on Earth. In addition, cultural innovations have allowed the human population to grow exponentially for millennia. Such sustained population growth is unparalleled by any other species on the planet. The population of a typical species grows until it reaches the carrying capacity of its environment, then levels off or declines. In other words, it grows until it is fully utilizing the available resources, such as food and space. At this point mechanisms such as disease and starvation keep the population from continuing to grow. However, we humans have responded to resource scarcity with cultural practices and technologies that increase the availability of resources. We raise our food on farms and live in multi-story apartment buildings, increasing the carrying capacity of the environment for humans. This growth eventually requires yet more cultural adaptations to increase resources, and the alteration of the natural environment and the rate of cultural evolution are accelerated. Currently the global human population is large enough and the technologies that allow humans to manipulate the environment are potent enough that human-caused alterations to the biosphere are causing the extinction of innumerable wildlife species. If present...
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