Reasons for growth of population, Biology

REASONS FOR GROWTH OF POPULATION -

The human population explosion is mainly a result of reduced death rate.

Main reasons for it are -

1.       Protection from natural risks.

2.       Advancement in agriculture.

3.       Storage facility.

4.       Better transport.

5.       Government efforts.

6.       Control of disease.

7.       Misbeliefs.

8.       Better senitation.

9.       Proper care of new born child.

10.     Better nutrition.

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