Results for: "Wildlife" - "Government Departments" in "Durban-South, South Africa"

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25 Stellawood Rd

Stellawood Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.88603

30.97783

Wildlife

Wildlife refers to mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds that are not domesticated (not raised by humans). It includes all living organisms out of the direct control of man. The famous wildlife are the mammals, and the best known of these are the famous big five. The big five comprises of the elephant, lion, rhino, leopard and buffalo. South Africa's bushvelds are home to large numbers of the mammals.
 
Whilst these animals prey on each other for survival, human also hunt them for their own personal needs. To save these animals from being extinct, there is a need to devise ways of sustainably managing them. These animals are managed because they have an intrinsic value and should therefore be protected. The white rhino has since been brought back from the brink of extinction and now flourishes wildlife parks, the attention now is on protecting the black rhino and various other wildlife in danger of extinction.
These living resources die at a certain age and are replaced by others of their kind (off springs). There is nothing humans can do to keep these animals beyond their life span; however managing these means a balanced ecosystem.

Careful management of these animals is also beneficial to humans as these animals are life threatening to humans. Game reserves accommodate a wide range of wildlife, this is one initiative of ensuring that wildlife is not endangered. To find out more about wildlife, browse our Yellow Pages listings.
 

Wildlife

Wildlife refers to mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds that are not domesticated (not raised by humans). It includes all living organisms out of the direct control of man. The famous wildlife are the mammals, and the best known of these are the famous big five. The big five comprises of the elephant, lion, rhino, leopard and buffalo. South Africa's bushvelds are home to large numbers of the mammals.
 
Whilst these animals prey on each other for survival, human also hunt them for their own personal needs. To save these animals from being extinct, there is a need to devise ways of sustainably managing them. These animals are managed because they have an intrinsic value and should therefore be protected. The white rhino has since been brought back from the brink of extinction and now flourishes wildlife parks, the attention now is on protecting the black rhino and various other wildlife in danger of extinction.
These living resources die at a certain age and are replaced by others of their kind (off springs). There is nothing humans can do to keep these animals beyond their life span; however managing these means a balanced ecosystem.

Careful management of these animals is also beneficial to humans as these animals are life threatening to humans. Game reserves accommodate a wide range of wildlife, this is one initiative of ensuring that wildlife is not endangered. To find out more about wildlife, browse our Yellow Pages listings.
 

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