ZOO504 Audio Assignment N0.1 Idea Solution

ZOO504 Audio Assignment N0.1 Idea Solution

ZOO504: Wildlife
Assignment No. 1
Fall 2019
Due Date:  19 November 2019
Audio Introduction:
“Please prepare an audio introduction file through any available device. Preferably Sound recorder of the Windows”
General instructions
       Total time of audio will be 5.30 minutes.
o   Your name and introduction of the course zoo504 (30 sec) (Very Important)
o   What is Wildlife? (1 minutes)
o   Benefit of wildlife (2 minute)
o   Causes of Wildlife Depletion (2 minute)
       This assignment carries 5 marks.
 “Audio Introduction file” should be uploaded on LMS not later than 19 November 2019
DO NOT send the assignment thorough email. Assignments submitted through email will result in no marks.

Instructions for audio recording through Sound recorder of the windows
       Open Windows Search
       Write “Sound recorder” in the search bar and click enter
       Select the program “Sound recorder” Open it and start recording.
       Save the file and send it through the LMS.

This assignment will help you to develop presentation skills and strengthen you to present yourself in front of audience.

'wildlife life' is a term that alludes to creatures that are not typically tamed. They are a living asset that will pass on and be supplanted by others of their sort.
 Untamed life assumes a significant job in adjusting the earth and gives steadiness to various regular procedures of nature. It tends to be found in all biological systems, desert, rainforests, fields and different regions.

India's untamed life is both rich and changed, it incorporates all widely varied vegetation, creatures, plants and full scale organisms.Wildlife is significant for its magnificence, financial, logical and endurance esteem.
 It keeps up the biological equalization of nature and keeps up the evolved way of life.

 It gives valuable substances and wild creature items like ivory, cowhide, nectar, tusk and so forth. Other than being a nation's social resource it additionally gives stylish incentive to man.
We generally rely upon natural life for each basic necessity in our life eg. the garments we wear and the drugs we devour.

Untamed life preservation incorporates every human movement and endeavors coordinated to save wild creature from annihilation it includes both assurance and logical the executives of wild species. Untamed life and nature have to a great extent being related which people for various passionate and social reasons.
Untamed life assumes a fundamental job in the environmental and natural procedures that are once more critical to life.
 The typical working of the biosphere relies upon unending association among creatures, plants and small scale life forms. Natural life has involved an extraordinary spot of reverence and protection in different societies of the world.

Rationale for National Level Biological Assessments 

The assessment of the biological resources of a country is the crucial element in prioritizing species for conservation. The IUCN Red List Programme is responsible for assessing species at the global level which is extremely valuable for bringing home the conservation message to people around the world.  
 These assessments do not and are not intended to describe the status of particular species at the national level. The global Red List assessment is accurate for a country only if a species is endemic to the country.  Many of the taxa which do not qualify as threatened at the global level may be on the brink of extinction in a country or a continental region of more limited area due to more numerous human population and different cultural, economic and administrative factors. Therefore, national level assessments are necessary to address these anomalies of the global listing. National  18 level assessments provide justification for setting conservation priorities, for national level field studies, for funding conservation in ministries and departments, or generally for protection and recovery of threatened species.  
An analysis of the comprehensive global Red Lists of 1996, 2000 and 2002 and comparison with national action does not reveal any change or improvement in actions to halt population decline or address any specific threat in Pakistan.  Therefore national level assessments of Pakistan’s biodiversity are fundamental for undertaking effective action on behalf of threatened taxa, as well as determining overall biodiversity.   

National governments and their related ministries are responsible to the people for biodiversity loss that occurs in their country, whether the species is endemic or not.  The over-riding concept of biodiversity is that every species and subspecies is potentially or actually of intrinsic value.  Therefore the loss of any species or subspecies at the country level is an embarrassing and tragic loss for a government, its conservation community, state wildlife agencies, conservation NGO’s and for the common man. In practical terms, such as politics and raising funds for protecting biodiversity, it is a reflection on the efficiency of both governmental and non-governmental conservation agencies.  Moreover, it is a loss of valuable biological wealth which could benefit all human beings. Timely warning is most desirable so that steps can be taken to prevent species loss.  National assessments can provide such timely warning.  

For these and other reasons, IUCN Pakistan now has taken the initiative to take up species assessment and develop Red Lists at a national level.  Red Listing involves compilation and assessment of a large mass of information, further complicated by limitations of data, financial resources and coordination between agencies. It is not a small or simple task.  It may be very difficult to assess all the components of biodiversity simultaneously in any country and in Pakistan our limitations are formidable.
 In order to begin this complex and cumbersome task, the mammals, a relatively well-studied group in comparison to others, and a group known to have a high percentage of extinctions , were selected for the first assessment exercise.
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