Various factors are threatening the viability of India’s wildlife, including poaching, man-animal conflict, and deforestation. Their survival is contingent on strong legislation and support from the government, as well as public awareness campaigns led by NGOs and particularly youngsters who will hopefully become aware of the danger these endangered species face and join in supporting many initiatives working to preserve them.
Fortunately, efforts are being made to restore many threatened animals, such as the Tiger, Indian One-horned Rhinoceros, Barasingha, and Gharial.
The Asiatic Lion, which is featured on the national flag, may be seen in Gujarat’s Gir National Park. In Kanha National Park in central India, the only one of its kind in the world, the Barasingha is found. Gharials, Hanguls, Snow Leopards, Lion-tailed Macaques.
The main goal of this book is to raise public awareness of the true wildlife risk in India and the necessity for that wildlife to be protected.