Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about wild animals. Animals that are not often tamed are referred to as “Wild Animals”. Forests are where most wild animals reside. Elephants, tigers, lions, rhinos, bears, and other large wild creatures are found in India.
A living resource, wild animals will pass away and be replaced by others of their type. Wild animals are essential to preserving the environment’s balance and the stability of many natural processes. All habitats, the desert, rain forests, plains, and other places are home to it. India has a diverse and abundant biodiversity, which comprises all types of flora and fauna, as well as animals, plants, and macro creatures.
The worth of wild animals in terms of beauty, economy, science, and survival is great. It supports the preservation of the food chain and the ecological balance of the environment.
It supplies both valuable materials and items made from wild animals, such as ivory, leather, honey, and tusks. In addition to being a valuable cultural resource, it also has aesthetic value for people. Every basic need we have in life, such as the clothes we wear and the medicines we take, is mostly met by wild animals.
Animals, plants, and microorganisms are constantly interacting with one another for the biosphere to operate normally. In many societies across the world, wildlife has had a unique place of respect and protection. Thank you.