April 4, 2012

Conserve Wildlife...!!


An animal need not necessarily be a tiger or a panda or a lion tailed macaque to be termed as the one that is facing threat of extinction or to be given extra care and protection by the WWF in order to conserve it. For the fact, every animal or living being needs to be conserved to make sure that the ecosystem is not affected and does not bring an ecological imbalance. More than the scientific reasons, we just need to keep reminding ourselves that they too are made of flesh and blood and also breathe, move and emote like us. We humans, even after encroaching into someone else territory do not have the basic concerns or care for them and keep disturbing, irritating, provoking and even injuring the animals. It is time we acted sensibly by restricting our encroaching instincts and left the animal world to live their life peacefully in their domain.

The above picture shows a group of Rhesus Macaque surrounding the body of one of their mates who lost its life due to careless driving by one of the vehicles that passed by near Guna caves, Kodaikanal.

12 comments:

  1. I wonder how could anybody not see the monkeys because speed would be much less near the turns of a hill-road. I have visited this Devil's Kitchen, I happened to see a bunch of drunk young men screaming some dialogues movie GUNA!

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  2. People speed even during the turns and are least concerned about the animals roaming around. Its a sad situation. Tourists feel they turn into Kamal Hassans when they visit Devil's Kitchen. :)

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  3. That is good thinking.And really nice short.

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  4. Some people drive so fast in any terrain and cause these types of tragedies.

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  5. Agree with you, every small ,big ,minute animals should be taken care off for proper ecological balance.....

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  6. This is a common occurrence on ghat roads. Some youngsters wantonly drive into the monkey groups & celebrate if they hit one. Sad but true.

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  7. Really sad..but thats a nice snap for sure.

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  8. Indeed message

    thanks for sharing

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  9. Rightly said Niranjan. People need to be bit more careful while driving thorough reserved forests and sancturies..Road kills are also one of the main reasons of animal deaths in wild sancturies.

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  10. I feel like agreeing with Ramakrishnan.

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