Exploitation of forests, Biology

Exploitation of Forests

Exploitation of our forests for commercial purposes and for food and fodder cannot be stopped completely because of symbiotic relationship between forest and mankind. However, commercial exploitation can be minimised and illegal smuggling of forest assets can be curbed and put to an end by effective laws in this behalf.

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