World conservation strategy proposes various steps , Biology


1.       Preservation of critical habitats.

2.       Protection of wild life in situ (in natural habitats) as well as ex situ (in zoos & botanical garden).

3.       Regulating the hunting.

4.       Priority to the threatened species.

5.       Protection to the migratory routs of animals.

6.       Regulating international trade in useful animal products.

7.       People awareness.

8.       Avoiding over exploitation of natural resources.

9.       Setting up of natural parks and santuries.

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