• Endangered
    Endangered Species in India Page 1 of 3 Endangered Species in India - Informative & researched article on Endangered Species in India Sign in | Register Now Flora & Fauna Art & Culture | Entertainment | Health | Reference | Sports | Society | Travel in Articles 6 Go Forum...
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  • Sundarbans
    aves and five mammals are presently endangered.[22] The Sundarbans is an important wintering area for migrant water birds[23] and is an area suitable for watching and studying avifauna.[24] The management of wildlife is presently restricted to, firstly, the protection of fauna from poaching, and...
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  • conservation
    constitution had realized the need of wildlife protection. This policy states that “The State shall endeavor to protect and improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country”. Article 51-A inter alia states that “It should be the duty of every citizen of India to...
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  • ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION
    Bustards in India Special Issue FROM THE SG & CEO’S DESK Dear friends, The articles in this publication aim to bring attention to the alarming status of four species of bustards found in India - the Great Indian Bustard (Ardeotis nigriceps), Lesser Florican (Sypheotides indica), Bengal...
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  • Species Endangered or Not
    The product of your research and article helps you to see what an endangered species is. Your research also should have lead you to some of the causes for these species becoming endangered. You have discovered that some of the reasons species are endangered is because of humans and what we have...
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  • Wildlife Protection in India
    * 5 See also * 6 References * 7 External links | [edit] Fauna Main article: Fauna of India The endangered Black buck at the Guindy National Park within the Chennai metropolis India is home to several well known large mammals including the Asian Elephant, Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Leopard...
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  • Report Writing
    magazine on environmental issues, write a short article on the trading of endangered species. Your article should integrate all the information given below. You should write 150 to 200 words. THE TRADING OF PROTECTED WILDELIFE WORLDWIDE IN JAN – OCT 2008 |Month...
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  • Geography
    LIFE INSTITUTES ------------------------------------------------- Wildlife Trust of India ------------------------------------------------- Aims * The mission of WTI is to conserve nature, especially endangered species and threatened habitats, in partnership with communities and governments...
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  • Wild Life Protection Act of India
    of many endemic Indian forms. Soon thereafter, mammals entered India from Asia through two zoogeographical passes on either side of the emerging Himalaya. As a result, among Indian species, only 12.6% of mammals and 4.5% of birds are endemic, contrasting with 45.8% of reptiles and 55.8% of...
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  • My Dream Is to Be a Cricket
    External links | [edit] Fauna Main article: Fauna of India [pic] [pic] The endangered Black buck at the Guindy National Park within the Chennai metropolis India is home to several well known large mammals including the Asian Elephant, Bengal Tiger...
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  • Harshi
    Endangered Species Act of 1973 provides protection for endangered species. (http://www.fws.gov/endangered/esa.html) |   |   | 8. | The Forest Conservation Act of 1980 provided legal protection for the forests of India. (http://envfor.nic.in/legis/forest/forest2.html) | | RETURN TO TOP...
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  • Geography of India
    result, among Indian species, only 12.6% of mammals and 4.5% of birds are endemic, contrasting with 45.8% of reptiles and 55.8% of amphibians.[5] Notable endemics are the Nilgiri leaf monkey and the brown and carmine Beddome's toad of the Western Ghats. India contains 172, or 2.9%, of IUCN-designated...
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  • Manas Wildlife
    ://www.wild-india.com/WildlifeSanctuaries/manas-wild-sanctuary.html (2008).Manas National Park-India. Retrieved May11, 2011 from Encyclopedia of Earth Website: http://www.eoearth.org/article/Manas_National_Park,_India Manas Wildlife Sanctuary Research Outline I. Diversity of...
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  • Comparative Paper 1 English
    Charlotte Grillet English DP.12 Mr. Maddox 1/26/13 Comparative Essay: Paper 1 Practice This comparative essay will compare and contrast, “Cranes” by Jennifer Ackerman, and “To a Waterfowl”, by William Cullen Bryant. Both texts revolve around a fascination for birds. Text 1 is an article from...
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  • Wildlife
    aristocratic families. Paying a visit to India�s wildlife sanctuaries is something that one should not rule out when on a holiday to this country. These sanctuaries and forest reserves are home to several endangered species of animals and birds like the Asiatic Elephant, the Royal Bengal tiger, the Snow...
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  • Environment
    Biodiversity hotspots in India A biodiversity hotspot is a biogeographic region with a significant reservoir ofbiodiversity that is under threat from humans.The concept of biodiversity hotspots was originated by Norman Myers in two articles in “The Environmentalist” (1988),[1] & 1990[2]revised...
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  • Manas National Park, India
    The Manas National Park is located in Assam, India in the Himalayan foothills with a part that extends to Bhutan. The Manas National Park is well known for its rare and endangered endemic wildlife. (Wikipedia, 2008) People may visit the Manas National Park, but only by reservation and via a police...
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  • Essay
    Jennifer Humphrey Analysis Essay/Week 3 ENC1101-12 Endangered Species and the Impacts on Life The Endangered Species Act of 1973 was approved Dec. 28, 1973. This act repealed the Endangered Species Conservation Act of Dec. 5, 1969. The 1969 Act had amended the Endangered Species...
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  • Wildlife Conservation
    India. Wildlife Conservation:- Wildlife conservation is a practice in which people attempt to protect endangered plant and animal species, along with their habitats. The goal is to ensure that nature will be around for future generations to enjoy, and to recognize the importance of wildlife and...
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  • Wildlife
    mammals, 1200 species of Birds, more than 350 Species of Reptiles and more that 29,70,000 species of insects in India. REASONS FOR WILD LIFE 􀀀•The wild life has also been used commercially to earn a lot of money in on way or the other. 􀀀•The wild life is the cultural asset of a country like...
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