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Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


Habitat


Snakes and wild animals
Supposed to live in interior areas
Slowly changing their habitats
To the cities and dwelling houses
Or vicinity of housing colonies.

Snakes and wild animals
Destined to live in wild
But slowly losing their habitat
Deforestation effect they suffering.

Snakes and wild animals
Their preys are rare in fields
In forests, and near water sources
Large scale usage of pesticides
In agriculture, and plantation crops.

Slowly and steadily losing habitats
A great problem indeed
Mining of earth and other minerals
Stone quarrying with such a vast area
Makes it hard to live in their habitats.

Employment potentials to snake charmers
New age snake catchers are apparent
To catch the snakes and leave it in forests
Nowadays it is a usual news in medias.

Strict vigil to protect the species of lives
Wild animals and snakes of varieties
Conservation improper and restriction needed
In the case of encroachment of wild habitats.

Human interference to the hills of wildlife
A great problem to them for a living
Their protection is an urgent necessity
Short cut methods of catching and leaving
In appropriate and insufficient in several aspects.

Submitted: Monday, August 25, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship


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Wild animals and snakes are coming to cities and towns near human habitats since their wild habitat is steadily losing by human intervention.

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