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 wildlife. All living things (plants, animals, and microorganisms) that are neither domesticated nor farmed are considered to be wildlife if they are found in their natural environments. But, in its purest definition, it also refers to often hunted uncultivated animals, reptiles, birds, and fish.
All living things on Earth’s surface are considered to be part of the wildlife. They are numerous and diversified because they all coexist in their habitats. And these creatures eat food that is appropriate for them. They search for their food without assistance from people.
In contrast to wild animals, domestic animals live in homes and consume food that has been prepared by people. And, unless you are with others, never leave the house alone. Includes the most widely owned pets, dogs and cats.
On the surface of the world, there are numerous habitats for wild animals, including mountains and highlands, deserts, freshwater rivers, and towns. Wild animals may be divided into two categories: those that are non-violent and pose no threat to people or other species, and those that are predators and devour the meat of other animals.
The possibility of being driven from their grounds by the development of new towns, pollution, poaching, and the extinction of living things are some of the threats to wildlife. Hunting regulations must be rigorously followed, and it is forbidden to take any animals that are protected by law. Thank you.