Ameena’s collection of endangered species in India

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Endangered Species of Animals in India, Danger of Extinct

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Ameena’s collection of endangered species in India

  1. 1. Of Endangered Species in India
  2. 2. Name: Anaimalai flying frog Class: Amphibia Status: Endangered Habitat: Anaimalai Hills ofTamil Nadu and Kerala Range: NA Reason:Threatened by habitat loss
  3. 3. Name: Dhole Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Western ghats, Gujarat Range: Below 2000 Reason: Habitat loss, disease, depletion of prey base
  4. 4. Name: Eld's Deer Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Manipur Range: 218 Reason: Army, Deforestation
  5. 5. Name: Onager Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Gujarat Range: below 500 Reason: Pollution
  6. 6. Name: White Belled -Mush Deer Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Kashmir Range: Below 100 Reason: Terrorism, smuggling
  7. 7. Name: IndianWild Ass Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Rann of Kutch,Sind Range: 4,030 Reason: Due to salt extraction activities
  8. 8. Name: Asiatic Lion Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Gujarat Range:411 Reason: Inbreeding, Gene depletion
  9. 9. Name: Banteng Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Eastern India Range: below 100 Reason: Deforestation
  10. 10. Name: South Asian River Dolphins Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Ganges River Range: below 500 Reason: Water pollution,Toxination
  11. 11. Name: Gee's Golden Langur Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Assam Range: below 1000 Reason: Deforestation, Climate Change
  12. 12. Name: Hispid Hare Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Sikkim Range: about 3000 Reason: Mining
  13. 13. Name: Markhor Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Jammu and Kashmir Range: below 2500 Reason: Hunting,Conservation depletion
  14. 14. Name: Malabar Large-Spoted Civet Class: Mammal Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: Malabar Range: 250 Reason: Climatic change
  15. 15. Name: LionTailed Macaque Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Western Ghats Range: below 3000 Reason: Deforestation
  16. 16. Name: Tiger Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Bengal Range: below 1500 Reason: Habitat loss, Hunting
  17. 17. Name: Snow Leopard Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Eastern Indian Range: below 250 Reason: Diet, Climatic change
  18. 18. Name: Pygmy Hog Class: Mammal Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: Central India Range: below 100 Reason: Poaching
  19. 19. Name: Phayre'sleaf monkey Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat: Manipur Range: below 200 Reason: Deforestation
  20. 20. Name: White Belled Heron Class:Aves Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: Himalayas Range: below 150 Reason: Habitat loss
  21. 21. Name: IndianVulture Class: Aves Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: India Range: below 300 Reason: Breeding problem
  22. 22. Name: Indirana Gundia Class: Amphibian Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: Western Ghats Range: Not available Reason: Environment loss
  23. 23.  Name: Javan Rhinoceros Class: Mammal Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: Eastern India Range: Below 50 Reason: Occupation
  24. 24.  Name: Ganges Shark Class: Chondrichthyes Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: Ganges Range: below 200 Reason:Water pollution
  25. 25. Name: Pondicherry Shark Class: Chondrichthyes Status: Critical Endangered Habitat: Coast of India Range: below 100 Reason: Over Fishing, Pollution
  26. 26.  Name: NilgiriThar Class: Mammal Status: Endangered Habitat:Western Ghats Range: below 400 Reason: Migration
  27. 27. Solution:  Provide separate wildlife for animals to survive and live a life.  Control Industrialization.  Implement strict law for poaching, smuggling & hunting.  Increase the forest guard strength.  Motivate forest guard by complements.  Ban all animal products.  Avoid deforestation.  Decrease water pollution by removing dying unit.  Reduce Co2 emission  Reduce housing at forest and hills  Ban vehicle passage through forest area  Educate tribe people with forest ecosystem  Ban Smuggling of wood and animal  Form a well equipped separate team with youth of tribe to protect forest  Maintain ecosystem within forest  Ban bathing, washing and draining into sea & river  River must be cleaned in a war footage.  Increase tree plantation. http://www.ytears.in/2011/12/endangered-spcies-in-indiaeven.html

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