What are the steps that are taken to protect forest and wildlife in India in 2008?
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Steps taken by Government to India to conserve National Parks?
Step taken by Government to conserve national park in India are : 1. To check and give tough punishment to illegal poachers. 2. To protect animals from extinction by conserving forest. 3. keep enough guards to protect the wildlife. 4. keep marine guards to protect the marine life. 5. we are all responsible to protect our nature and wild life.
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Write any 5 Steps taken by government to protect wildlife and forest?
Government has undertaken tiger project .It is making an effort to stop the killing of tigers. Save rhino project is also initiated by the government. Government has made 89 national parks and 490 wildlife sanctuaries. Project great Indian bustard has also been a success. It is also protecting the national bird of India-peacock.
What are the steps taken by the government to protect forest and wildlife in India?
several measurements are being taken by india's government to protect its wildlife. the most important, for all countries, is regulating population growth because if the population stops growing the need to destroy wildlife habitat, for housing, agriculture, etc., shrinks. Another one is partnerships with several other countries to import some extinct in the wild animals back to their home country for breeding programs. And lastly protecting the remaining species that have had major population drops, Asiatic cheetah, asiatic lion, nilgai, blackbuck, etc.
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What steps have been taken by the Indian government to protect endangered species?
Some of the projects and wildlife conservation programmes in India include Project Tiger, which has been till now the most successful one in protecting and preserving the tiger population. There is the Gir National Park, which is only habitat existing for Asiatic lions in India. The Kaziranga Sanctuary is Assam is another remarkable example of saving the endangered One Horned Rhinoceros. There's Periyar in Kerala conserving the Wild Elephants and the Dachigam National Park doing the same to save the Hangul or Kashmiri Stag.Like wise, a number of bioreserves, sanctuaries and national parks have been opened to protect the wild life. Poaching has been banned and in punishable offense. Though serious steps are still to be taken in many steps, to improve the wildlife.
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What is the Indian government doing to protect the Asiatic lion?
The Indian government has taken solid steps to protect the Asiatic Lion. Occupying protected areas of the forest where lions roam is prohibited. Villagers who live on the fringes of the forest are prohibited from doing that. Also, hunting the lion is banned. Anyone who does so will be jailed and fined heavily.
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Steps taken by the government to conserve wildlife in India?
Nature is the most important resource in the world. without animals the nature would be unbalanced. government in India has taken many of the actions to conserve these wildlife and some of them are : 1.Many of the wildlife sanctuaries have been constructed in India such as Sundarban , Gir national park etc...... 2.Many animal reserves have also been build up for the endangered species. 3.The natural projects , plans and natural projects have already been taken and started such as Project Tiger etc......