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The Forests are the home to the wildlife. The wildlife totally depends on the forests on food,shelter and almost for everything. Therefore, the wildlife depends on forests for their lives. And, that forests are being destroyed in many different ways for many different reasons. So, the destruction of forests means the ultimate destruction of wildlife.Below are listed points about the reasons the wildlife is being destroyed :-

1.Cutting trees: Cutting trees in the forest causes deforestation, as well as other problems. Like, when the trees are cut, the birds and animals which used to get food and shelter from the trees will ran away to elsewhere, in search of food and shelter. For this, many plants, birds and animals are being lost from the earth or extinct.And the forest turns into a dry,and barren land. Sometimes, also a desert.

2. HuntingHunting in the forest also causes some rare species of animals and birds are being destroyed. So therefore, hunting in the forest can also mean hunting down the forest and its wildlife. Hunting down the animals will also mean the complete destruction of wildlife.

3. Pollution: Pollution also means a disaster for the wildlife. Pollution of water,air and ground causes very much effects upon the animals and birds.

So, all these three reason are the main causes for wildlife destruction. We know now that the forest is a natural resource by heart. As, forest is one of the natural resources in the world, every animal is depended for wildlife and even we, human beings. The number of wildlife forests in the world are declining day by day. So, to save wildlife from destruction, we have to preserve them. As only humans are destroying the forests, so it follows that only we human beings can conserve it.
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