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Look beyond protected areas for conservation of endangered Hangul in Kashmir: study

“Hangul needs a multi-pronged strategy. For instance, the upland pastures that are so important for the species during summer have been run over by the nomadic tribe of Bakerwal and these area needs to be reclaimed and made inviolate if Hangul numbers are to grow. In addition, other areas which were once inhabited must also be given a chance. Conservation breeding programme needs to be initiated soon before the numbers become too low,” Dr. Rahul Kaul of Wildlife Trust of India and a member of the research team, explained while speaking to India Science Wire.

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