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  • Date Submitted: 02/26/2014 12:29 AM
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India is a diverse geographical country. It contains various different species of flora and fauna. This diversity is like a heritage for us. It is our responsibility to preserve this rich wildlife. Preservation of this natural heritage is also necessary for the ecosystem of our earth. It controls on the global warming, pollution and various other related problems. Due to these reasons, various areas are declared as the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in the country for the protection of animals and their natural habitat. National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries are the protected areas in which human interference are not allowed. These areas are completely free from the any kind of human renovation. Hunting and other related activities are also not allowed in these reserves. More than 100 national parks and 550 wildlife sanctuaries are spread across the country. These destinations are the natural habitat for the rare species of Indian flora and fauna.
The wildlife reserves in India may broadly be classified in two types: national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Wildlife sanctuaries have the special purpose of preserving animals and birds. National parks protect the entire ecosystem. A special category of animal sanctuaries in India is the tiger reserve, a consequence of the 1970 Project Tiger. One of these is the Sundarban, a unique swamp forest that is the last remaining bastion of the Royal Bengal Tiger. This sanctuary and others like it, developed to save the once fast-vanishing tiger. Approximately 40 areas are declared as the tiger reserves in India for the protection of royal tigers in Project Tiger program. These tiger reserves cover approximately 37,760 sq-km area of the country.
Both national Parks and wild life sanctuaries together constitute 15.60 million hectares and form 4.75% of the geographical area of the country and referred as Protected Area.
About the protected area, the network of 668 protected areas has been established extending...


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