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VR Tour For Std. 8 Ch. 7. Conservation of Plants and Animals

What's Included in Virtual tour of this chapter

National Parks are large forests that preserve the entire ecosystems within the area including the landscape, flora, fauna, and historic objects of the area. We will also visit a wildlife sanctuary and will learn how these animals prosper in a safe and controllable environment. We will also visit the forest and learn how forests provide us with fresh air to breathe, food, medicines. Deforestation is harmful to both environments as well as human beings. Thus, as responsible citizens, we should resort to reforestation techniques to protect our mother earth.

Virtual tour 1 An Amazing Visit of National Park

Virtual tour 1: An Amazing Visit of National Park

We will visit today at Satpura National Park in Madhya Pradesh. A national park is a park used for conservation purposes. It is a protected area intended to provide a natural habitat with all-natural resources to the animals. They can freely roam and use the habitat. We will identify various plants and animals. We will see if you can identify the tiger in this virtual tour activity.

Virtual tour 2 A Visit of Wildlife Sanctuary

Virtual tour 2: A Visit of Wildlife Sanctuary

Now we will visit the Bori wildlife sanctuary. It is also located in Madhya Pradesh. Wildlife Sanctuaries are reserve forests that provide protection and suitable living conditions to wild animals. Unlike a zoo, animals in wildlife sanctuaries live in their natural habitat and are free to roam anywhere.

Virtual tour 3 Forests Our Lifeline

Virtual tour 3: Forests: Our Lifeline

Forests are our lifeline because they serve as an important resource for human beings as well as nature. Forests have rivers, streams, and lakes that provide water to the animals and birds, who live there. It also provides wood, fodder, and other raw materials for the industries. Forests prevent soil erosion and bring rain. Also, the forest provides residence for animals and birds.

Virtual tour 4 Deforestation Harmful Effects of It and Prevention from It

Virtual tour 4: Deforestation: Harmful Effects of It and Prevention from It

Loss of trees and deforestation can cause climate change, soil erosion, flooding, increased greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, and a lot of problems for indigenous people. Also, birds and animals will lose their home.  Reforestation is a good solution to the problem of deforestation.  If you want to save trees, you can help by protecting those that grow around your home, and planting more trees.