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REALITY

1.ANIMALS ARE NOT A THREAT TO HUMANS BUT IN FACT HUMANS ARE A SEVERE THREAT TO ANIMALS,LIKE[a].HUMANS KILL ANIMALS FOR THEIR SKINS,MEAT,PLEASURE..etc
[b].HUMANS ENCROACH FOREST LANDS WHICH ALREADY LEAD TO RAPID DECLINE OF NUMBER OF BEAUTIFUL SPECIES.
[c].AFTER ALL THIS HUMANS BLAME THE WILDLIFE FOR SOME RARE CASUALITIES WHICH ARE CAUSED DUE TO THEIR INTRUSION INTO FORESTS ITS INEVITABLE THAT WE COME FACE TO FACE WITH THEM.
2.ALL ANIMALS ARE BORN INSTINCTIVE THEY KNOW THAT HUMANS ARE THE MOST POWERFUL SPECIES OF THE WORLD HENCE THEY AVOID US FEARING POWERFUL BACKLASH FROM HUMANS,BUT WE TAKE THAT AS OUR INDIVIDUAL SUPERIORITY OVER THEM AND FURTHER INTRUDE WHICH MAKES THEM CORNERED.
3.JUST IMAGINE EVEN A LITTLE DOMESTIC CAT ATTACKS FIERCLY WHEN IT FEELS CORNERED OR WHEN IT FEELS THAT ITS OFF-SPRINGS ARE IN DANGER,TO EXPECT A WILD ANIMAL TO BE TAME AND SUBMISSIVE IN THE SAME CASE IS ASKING FOR TROUBLE.
4.ANIMALS LIKE LIONS,TIGERS,SNAKES...etc DO ATTACK HUMANS ONLY FOR SELF DEFENSE AND RARELY FOR FOOD THAT TO UNDER UNAVOIDABLE CIRCUMSTANCES LIKE WHEN WE TAKE THEM LIGHTLY AND GO NEAR THEM.WHAT DO MOST OF THE HUMANS DO WHEN SOMETHING TO EAT IS READILY AVAILABLE CLOSE TO THEM WITHOUT ANY EFFORT,THEY NATURALLY GRAB THE OPPURTUNITY,TO EXPECT RESTRAINT FROM HUGE PREDATORS IN THE SAME SITUATION WHEN WE ARE IN PICTURE IS BEING FOOLISH.
5.PEOPLE EVERYWHERE IN THE WORLD especially IN INDIA ALWAYS FEEL THE SHORTAGE OF LANDS WHEREAS FIRST THEY SELL THEIR OWNED LANDS THEN IN THE NAME OF LIVELY HOOD RIGHTS THEY ENCROACH FOREST LANDS GRADUALLY THEY GO DEEPER AND FACE AND PROVOKE THE PREDATORY ANIMALS,THEN LATER LAMENT ON BEING ATTACKED AND TAKE STEPS TO TERMINATE THE BEAUTIFUL WILDLIFE.PEOPLE AFTER DESTROYING FORESTS BY WHICH TIME THE FOREST LAND ENCROACHED TURN IN2 COLONIES WILL SELL THEM 4 MONEY AND MOVE TO ENCROACH OTHER FORESTS IN THE NAME OF LIVELY HOOD THE SAME PLUNDER IS REPEATED.SO WHO IS DANGER TO WHOM IS EVERYBODYS GUESS.
6.AT THIS RATE OF DEFORESTISATION SURELY THERE WILL BE A DAY WHERIN WE HAVE TO SHOW MOST WILDLIFE LIKE TIGERS,ELEPHANTS,etc.,ONLY IN PHOTOES/DRAWINGS TO OUR CHILDREN AND GRAND CHILDREN WHICH IS NOT VERY FAR..
7.FOR EXAMPLE AT THE BEGINING OF YEAR 1900 THERE USED 2B MORE THAN 1MILLION TIGERS IN THE WILD,SADLY DUE TO THE FALSE EGO OF US 2 CONQUER ASSUMING BRAVERY BY GOING WITH 100'S OF MEN&GUNS TO KILL A SINGLE BEAST ALMOST ALL THE TIGERS&ITS SUBSPECIES ARE WIPED OUT.HAD THERE BEEN FACE2FACE DUELS ONE2ONE THE BRAVADO OF OURS WOULD HAVE BEEN PROVED IN OUR VICTORY.ACCORDING 2 PRESENT CONSENSUS THERE ARE LESS THAN 3000 TIGERS IN THE WILD IN THE WHOLE WORLD.ALMOST THE SAME IN CASE OF OTHER SPECIES LIKE ELEPHANTS,KOALAS,ASIATIC LIONS....THE LIST IS NEVER ENDING.
8.THESE ARE ONLY THE MINUTE FACTS IN REALITY,THERE IS A LOT 2B UNDERGONE
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***STEPS 2B TAKEN 2 ATLEAST CONSERVE OUR REMAINING WILDLIFE*** 1].STOP DEFORESTISATION AS IT ENABLES THE BALANCE OF NATURE for ex:-EVERY LIVING BEING CONTRIBUTES TO THE BALANCE LIKE LIONS,TIGERS AND OHER PREDATORS FEED MOSTLY ON HERBIVORES LIKE DEER,ZEBRA,WILDEBEEST ETC..,IF THERE ARE NO CARNIVORES THEN HERBIVORES MULTIPLY 2 ERASE ALL THE GREENERY,PLANTS WHICH IS THEIR DIET,LACK OF GREENERY MEANS THERE WILL B NO RAINS WATER WHICH LEADS 2 AFFECT US TOO AS WITHOUT WATER WE CANT SURVIVE.
THE PREDATORY ANIMALS LIVE UP TO WHAT IS PROGRAMMED IN THEIR BIRTH,THEIR CARCASSES ALSO HELPS AS A MANURE FOR THE GROWTH OF GREENERY.
LET US ALL STRIVE INDIVIDUALLY IN OUR RESPECTIVE LOCATIONS FOR THE CONSERVENCE OF NATURE AND WILDLIFE,REMEMBER THE FAMOUS ANIMAL PLANET'S LINE ''THE EARTH CAN EASILY SATISFY OUR NEEDS BUT NOT OUR GREED''

WE ARE CONCENTRATING ON SRISAILAM TIGER RESERVE WHICH IS 150kms FROM HYDERABAD,THOUGH THERE ARE MANY TIGER STATUES AND ZONES WARNING PEOPLE REG TIGERS WE FOUND OUT THAT THERE ARE HARDLY 2OR3 TIGERS THERE THAT TOO OLD AND ONE WAS WITH A VERY MUCH SWOLLEN LEGS,WHATS HAPPENING TO THEIR REPRODUCTION IS THE BIG QUESTION HERE.

IF YOU WANT TO CONTRIBUTE SOMETHING MONETARILY OR CATALYSTICLY THEN PLS DO SEND YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS TO UR LOCAL/INTERNATIONAL FOREST DEPT. ANYWHERE IN THIS WORLD


REMEMBER YOUR MAIN CONTRIBUTION WILL BE 2 STOP BUYING PRODUCTS BASED ON WILDLIFE LIKE,BONES,NAILS,ANIMAL OILS,SHARK FINS,WILDLIFE EGGS etc..,TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY AND REPORT 2 LOCAL LAW/FOREST ADMINISTRATIONS IN CASE U HAPPEN 2 NOTICE THEM,MONETORY OR ADOPTIVE CONTRIBUTION IS NOTHING B4 THIS CONTRIBUTION.

/****ANIMAL POETRY****\

Animals Aren't Human
by Susie McMillan
Animal Rights Poetry
Moo-ving people toward compassionate living

Animals Aren't Human
by Susie McMillan
From Animal Rights Online EnglandGal@aol.com

That animals aren't human
Is an often heard refrain
So at the hands of mankind
They have suffered through much pain

Just for the sake of science
Many forfeit their short lives
Some may be given cancer
Others, dissected with knives

A possible new breakthrough
Leading scientists will shout
Animal experiments
We could never do without

Then quietly they whisper
So perhaps no one will hear
That animals aren't human
Therefore test results weren't clear

That animals aren't human
Is a fact that will remain
Since animals aren't human
Please don't let them die in vain.

If you are a TEACHER,
you can inculcate a love for nature among your students

If you are a STUDENT,
you can help convert your teachers and fellow students, as well as your parents and relatives.

If you are a LAWYER,
you can help cash-strapped NGOs fight legal battles to save wildlife and habitats.

If you are a JOURNALIST,
you can make a huge contribution through well researched stories on nature and conservation.

If you are the CEO of a company,
you can inculcate concern among your employees and also in other corporate leaders.

If you have a 9-5 JOB,
you can volunteer your time on weekends and holidays to NGOs and conservation organizations.

If you are a SOFTWARE professional,
you can use your skills to help set up and manage information portals and list-serves.

If you are a GOVERNMENT worker or a POLITICIAN,
you can help influence the right policies.

These are just a few examples of how anyone can be involved in conservation. As in your own profession however, remember that knowledge is power. Being ‘well meaning’ is not enough if you want to be effective. Conservation is a complex discipline and only works when it is based on sound knowledge rather than purely on emotion. So the more experience you gain in the field and the more conservation professionals you interact with, the more you will learn. If you have no idea how to start, find out if there is a nature club, naturalist society or a similar organization in your town or city and join up. If there isn’t one where you live, perhaps you can start one! An important point to remember is that being involved with Animal Rights is not exactly the same as being a conservationist. Conservation is about saving wild landscapes and wildlife species. Animal Rights is more about taking care of the rights and well being of individual (and usually, domesticated) animals.

Most important of all, conservation is no longer an option. It is not enough to have just a handful of people fighting to save life on earth. We need armies of professionals and volunteers.

That means you and me and everyone we know!

RECOMMENDED READING
Jim Corbett, Gerald Durrel, George Schaller, Jane Goodall, Ullas Karanth, Valmik Thapar, David Quammen, E.O.Wilson, Ruth Padel, Raman Sukumar, Salim Ali, Kenneth Anderson

RECOMMENDED VIEWING
Queen of Trees, Here Be Dragons, The Elephant, the Empreror and the Butterfly Tree, He dances for his Cormorants, The Great Dance, My Halcyon River, Castles of Clay, Flight of the Snow Geese, Life on Earth, Living Planet, Trials of Life, The Private life of Plants, State of the Planet, Planet Earth, Blue Planet, Life in the Freezer, Cane Toad, Wild dog Diaries, The Crater of the Rain God, Temple Troops, An Inconvenient Truth, Land of the Tiger (Nat Geo Special), Land of the Tiger (BBC series)

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A TRIBUTE TO STEVE IRWIN
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"I have no fear of losing my life, if I have to save a koala or a crocodile or a snake, mate, I will save it."
-Steve Irwin

9. Steve began running the Australia Zoo in 1991. That was the same year he made his first appearance in a television special about reptiles and wildlife.

8. The first episode of The Crocodile Hunter was of Steve and new bride Terri trapping crocodiles on their honeymoon.

7. By 1999, Steve' show The Crocodile Hunter had become popular in the United States and was bring broadcast in over 130 different countries around the world.

6. In 2002, Steve starred in his only feature film, The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course. The film won a Young Artist Award for the Best Family Feature Film - Comedy.

5. Steve was awarded the Australian Centenary Medal in 2001. The medal honored Steve for his service to global conservation and Australian tourism.

4. Despite working with dangerous animal like crocodiles and snakes, Steve's greatest fear was of parrots.

3. His daughter, Bindi Sue, got her name from Steve's Staffordshire bull terrier (named Sui) and his favorite crocodile (named Bindi).

2. He was a big fan of the Australian rules football team Essendon Bombers and also trained in the martial arts system of Gaidojutsu.

1. Steve has a species of snapping turtle named in his honor - Elseya Irwini

Additional Facts

For some time he was sponsored by Toyota, in keeping with his rugged outback image.

Steve Irwin mentioned that he was considering opening an Australia Zoo in Las Vegas, Nevada, and possibly at other sites around the world.

The footage of Steve Irwin's death will later be broadcasted.

Steve Irwin is also known by his nickname, "The Crocodile Hunter".

Steve was in an ESPN commercial were he wrestled the University of Florida's mascot, which is an alligator, in the ESPN studio.

Steve Irwin was killed on September 4 2006, when he was fatally pierced in the chest by a stingray barb while diving off Queensland's Great Barrier Reef.

Steve Irwin joined the long list of celebrities lampooned by South Park. It happened in South Park episode 31 entitled "Prehistoric Ice Man".

He tells his camera crew to always be filming. If he needs help, he will ask for it. Even if he is eaten by a shark or croc, the main thing he wants is that it be filmed. If he died, he would be sad if no one got it ...


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