Importance of Wildlife
Wildlife refers to the undomesticated animals that live in a given area without being directed by human beings though some people have currently domesticated some. Lion, buffaloes, rhinos, and cheetahs are just a few examples of wildlife. Wildlife has a huge benefit to human beings, and therefore they should be taken good care of. It is for this reason that every person should work towards taking care of world animals since they have great importance to our lives.
Tourists are people who come from within or outside a given state to have a view of world animals among other things. Some wild animals are only concentrated in certain states and cannot be found elsewhere, and it is for this reason that people will move from their states to others or even move within their state to have a view of these wild animals. That therefore means that wild animals offer beautiful scenery to convince human beings to have a view of them and this is why people will move from distant places just to see wildlife.
A given state can earn revenue through the wildlife it possesses. The watching of wild animals in any given state is chargeable, and that money goes to facilitate the functions of the state. In most cases, states have come up with a way of earning revenue from wildlife by the building of game parks and reserves where they control various wild animals so that tourists who come to see them give some money in return.
Another importance of wildlife is that it is a source of food to some societies. In this case, people hunt and gather wild animals, in such of food a thing that should be highly condemned since it leads to the extinction of wild animals. Animals that are used as food in most societies includes the zebra, shark and the frogs.
Certain wild animals are important in some communities since they have a religious benefit whereby they are used in performing various rituals as well as in offering sacrifices.
Most societies have embraced wildlife such as tortoise and parrots, whereby they keep them as pets. Those who don’t keep wildlife as pets are usually seen to embrace sadness by those who keep them.
In some communities, wild animals are said to have medicinal purposes. The medicinal benefits of drugs produced from wild animals are however superstitious and cannot, therefore, be embraced in most parts of the world.
Wildlife brings people from different communities and states together to discuss them in details. There would not be coordination of societies and states if there would not be programs aiming at taking care of wild animals. During the meeting of these wildlife congresses, there is always an agreement on sharing of duties to enhance the improvement of wildlife services such as fighting with hunters and gatherers and every state presented should work with each other to achieving the goal and thus teamwork is build.