Ranthambore and Wildlife Poaching

Posted on Oct 17, 2022 in India Discovery,Student Speak

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Did you know if you go deep inside exploring Ranthambore’s flora and fauna, you can find the strange creatures of Ranthambore National Park? Some people could be sad and while others may be glad by it, it’s just a matter of perspective. 

Wildlife poaching is basically selling body parts of animals and using it for various human applications. These animal products may be used for treating diseases, making clothes etc. but at the same time, this activity leads to animals being tortured because of humans. People poach animals for their own betterment. They cut their skins for human clothing. They also use their body parts for making medicines and much more. Some people think poaching is good for them because they get animal products but they don’t realise how it harms the animals. It is purely a torture to them. Imagine yourself getting trapped and animals selling your body parts. It may sound funny but this is exactly what happens to them. 

We can stop this in a very special way. We may be young or adults but we can still make a difference. You can spread this message and change the minds of many.

So now do you know why we should stop poaching? Will you help us to make a better society for the animals?

Written by Aarna Lal Sen, Aanya Munohra & Advika Mishra (Shiv Nadar School, Sector 26A, Gurugram).

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