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India’s facing a bird extinction crisis. They need attention that only wild animals get

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A first-of-its-kind study has raised alarm that more than 100 species of Indian birds are declining and face extinction. Birds are critical to our ecosystem. But their conservation hasn’t got half the attention that headline-generating wild animals get. This report should now reverse the mindset that only exotic animals matter.

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  1. Oppose environmental movements like Save Aarey, and then worry about declining bird species! Strange ways of Mr. Gupta!

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