What is importance of red data …
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Red data book is a collection of endangered and extinct species of natural vegetation and wildlife
The Red Data Book is a public document that records endangered and rare species of plants, animals, fungi, and local subspecies in a given area. The book is maintained by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The Red Data Book is important because it: Provides information for research, studies, and monitoring programs Helps identify and protect species that are on the verge of extinction Helps identify the conservation status of all animals, birds, and other species Helps protect species that are lost, harmed, or not able to continue their life cycle Helps conserve species on the verge of extinction The Red Data Book was created to protect species that are on the verge of extin
It is used to record the endangered and extinct spieces of natural vegetation and wildlife
The Red Data Book helps us in providing complete information for research, studies and also for monitoring the programs on rare and endangered species and their habitats. This book is mainly created to identify and protect those species which are on the verge of extinction.