6th Class Social Science India : Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife Question Bank India-Climate, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife - Long answer Type Question

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    What steps has the Indian Government taken to conserve wildlife in India?


    The Indian Government has made strict laws to protect wildlife in India. It has banned poaching as well as selling valuable body parts of animals such as bones, furs, skins and feathers. Project Tiger and Project Elephant have been started to protect these animals and increase their number.             Every year, we observe a Wildlife Week in the first week of October to create awareness among the citizens to conserve wildlife. We can also contribute in conserving wildlife by refusing to buy things made from parts of bodies of animals such as their bones, horns, fur, skins and feathers.

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