2018, Vol. 5 Issue 4, Part A
Wildlife Perils: A review
Author(s): Sana Naseem, Muhammad Faheem Malik and Talhat Munir
Abstract: Biodiversity being lost more rapidly than natural resources due to the global warming, habitat loss, oil spills, over exploitation, diseases, pollution, invasive species, urbanization, predation, competition, climate change, and food shortage. All these factors have very deleterious impact on the wildlife. Habitat fragmentation is most dangerous factor for the feasibility of endangered species. There are many external threats or stresses that interfere with the ability of reproduction and survival of wildlife. Those species that fail to cope with these threats then they may face extinction. There should be proper management strategies to ensure the sustainability of wildlife.
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How to cite this article:
Sana Naseem, Muhammad Faheem Malik and Talhat Munir. Wildlife Perils: A review. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 2018; 5(4): 17-22.