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17 Peacocks, the National Birds, have been poisoned to death in a village in Rajasthan namely, Alod, in Kota District. The entire Tiger poupulation at Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary has been done away with and the number of this elegant animal is diminishing day by day at the Ranthampur Game Sanctuary. The dreaded Poacher Sansar Chandra is roaming across the city fearlessly on bail granted by a Delhi Court.

We have a Project Tiger; expert wild life activits and of course, many an NGO and Govt,. concerned on the plight of our precious wildlives, however, doing little or nothing to salvage.

Tags: day, game, rajasthan
Asked by Siachen, 19 Feb '12 12:38 pm
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Yes it is a sad plight. these poachers have some foolish politician behind them helping to evade the law. hope good sense prevails or the law catches them up easily
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 19 Feb '12 12:48 pm

 
  
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You are right, friend, we have been gifted by god so much but we ail to preserve and protect these assets,
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 19 Feb '12 12:40 pm

 
  
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