Why are vultures becoming extinct in India - Aryan Digital

Why are vultures becoming extinct in India?

This medicine is used to reduce pain and swelling in animals.

When vultures eat dead animals that contain diclofenac it damages their kidneys and leads to death.

Destruction of forests

Vultures need tall trees for nesting and breeding

Vultures need tall trees for nesting and breeding

Some people hunt vultures for their meat and feathers.

Vultures are often injured or killed by striking power lines.

It is important for power companies to use wires that are safe for vultures

This is an illegal activity but strict legal enforcement is needed to stop it

Other reasons for the decline in vulture numbers include pollution, diseases and climate change.

Campaigns are being run to stop illegal use of diclofenac

Efforts are being made to create safe habitat for vultures

Vultures are being bred in breeding centers

People are being educated about the importance of vultures

It is important that we work together to save vultures. Vultures are important to the environment and their extinction would have negative impacts on our health and economy.