“It is as much their home as it is ours.”

We all really need to understand this :/

Eco-Intelligent

The first week of Oct every year is celebrated as Wildlife Week. The aim of this week is to make people aware about the dangers animals are facing today and the need for conservation strategies.

I think it’s as good a time as any to start a new category on my blog, one dedicated to discussing the human-wildlife conflicts. It’s a problem that is not unique to any place in the world; from India to Africa to North America, every major human population in the world has this conflict going on. Any place where you have a human habitation overlapping a natural landscape, you are bound to encounter some form of human-wildlife conflict. It is a conflict that often slips under the radar (geo-politics threatening nuclear war is definitely higher on the conflict ladder), but has been causing huge monetary losses to every country.

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