Recently, researchers have warned that tropical forest and its wildlife are at stake as it is believed that in the coming years, they might disappear completely. An international study has found that deforestation and other human activities around the tropical forest have put the existence of the wildlife at risk.
In the past 20 to 30 years, decline in the wildlife reserves has been found. Decline in the reserves has again contributed to decline in the number of wildlife animals. While commenting upon reserve, Professor Bill Laurance from James Cook University said, “These reserves are like arks for biodiversity, but some of the arks are in danger of sinking even though they are at best hope to sustain tropical forests and their amazing biodiversity”.
Tropical forests are believed to be the real estate of the earth. However, the forests are declining because of human activities. Therefore, it has become necessary to promote the conservation of the tropical forest.
The findings of the study have been published in the journal Nature. As many as 200 scientists from all over the world took part in the study. It is hoped that authorities would take serious note of the findings.
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