Habitat conservation - conservation of wildlife, Biology

Habitat Conservation - Conservation of Wildlife

Actually conservation means different things to different people. In the present context, conservation refers to the preservation of wild plants, and animals in natural ecosystems or even in gardens or zoos, detached from their natural environment. Today, wildlife conservation is a total concept and it not only involves plants and animals, but also the microorganisms, soil and other physical element of the environment in which they live or on which they depend.

Habitat-destruction is the major factor in the extinction of plants and animals. If the ecological considerations are kept in mind during urban and other developments, the damage to the habitat can be prevented considerably.

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