Now, for the pollination to occur, birds, bees and insects, which are few of the tiniest species on this planet, play an important role.
It is through these insects and birds that the pollens are transferred between flowers as they move from one flower to the other.
Photo: https://bit.ly/2Jjo QKc Human population largely depends on agricultural crops and plants for its food needs.
Are you aware that wildlife plays a significant role in growth of these crops? The fruits and vegetables that we get from plants are a result of a process called pollination, a reproduction system in plants wherein the pollen grains from male flower is transferred to the female flower, resulting in production of seeds.
Today, various species of animals are also being studied and researched upon to find cures to deadly diseases like cancers, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
If wildlife is not preserved today, there would soon be a time when human race would also be in great danger.
Thanks to these species who are helping us to live in a clean and healthy environment.
Photo: https://bit.ly/2LB7Hxz Scientists and researchers are aggressively working these days to preserve plants and animals through ‘Gene Banks’.
Photo: https://bit.ly/2WMly Tb It’s not only the plants which are useful, many of the extracts from animal species are rich in nutrients and anti-oxidants.
For instance, the oil from lever of Cod fish is rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6 anti-oxidants that helps fight ageing, chemicals derived from shrimps and lobsters are used in treating fungal infections, venom of Cobra is used as a cure for leprosy and the list does not end here.