Setting Up Natural Reserves

A nature reserve is a protected area of importance for wildlife, flora, fauna or features of geological or other special interest, which is reserved and managed for conservation and to provide special opportunities for study or research.

In order to meet the increasing demands, people destroy the natural habitats of the animals. It is estimated that in the recent years, humans have been destroying the natural habitats at an alarming rate. All the habitats, whether mountains, forests or wetlands are under threat.

          Destruction of habitats to the extinction of wild species. As a result, the ecological balance adversely affected. Therefore, it is our duty to protect the habitats. These days’ conservations and scientists are making special efforts in this field. They are persuading government to set aside forests and wetlands for wildlife.

Some Images of Natural Reserves

In natural reserves, animals are rendered best pieces of countryside where they can move about and live freely.

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