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Threats to Wildlife in Pakistan

  • Date Submitted: 11/16/2012 05:43 AM
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HYPOTHEIS TESTING

HYPOTHESIS NO.01
H0:   There is an effect of Illegal hunting on increasing the threats to wildlife in Pakistan.
H1: There is an effect of Illegal hunting on increasing the threats to wildlife in Pakistan.

EXPLANATION:
Hunting is not the cure but the cause of overpopulation and starvation. It has deep roots in Pakistani culture. It was the recreation of the Mughul emperors and is still extremely popular today.
Hunting, the stalking and killing of animals, has been an American tradition most likely since the Ice Age when plant food became scarce. Wild animals have been hunted to extinction from hunting pressure. Various lizards and snakes are hunted for their skins, as are crocodiles and the larger mammals. Today it exists as a "sport"; even when the animals' flesh is eaten, there is no excuse or justification for stalking and killing an animal in his or her habitat. Nevertheless, people not only engage in hunting but strongly defend it as their right to do so. With an arsenal of rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders, handguns, bows and arrows, hunters kill more than 200 million animals yearly - crippling, orphaning, and harassing millions more.

“Hence, with reference to Annexure 02 it has been concluded that the hypothesis given,   i.e.   H0 is accepted and H1 is rejected.”

HYPOTHESIS NO.02
H0 : There is an effect of deforestation on increasing the threats to wildlife in Pakistan.
H1 : There is no effect of deforestation on increasing the threats to wildlife in Pakistan.

EXPLANATION:
Deforestation means large scale cutting of forests. The forest lands are converted in to farms, ranches and urban areas through deforestation. Another cause behind deforestation is the cutting of trees for timber and fuel. Deforestation has also been used in war situations to deprive an enemy of cover for its forces and other vital resources. It essentially leads to extinction of vital things and destroys the ecological balance of nature. Thus causing...

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