Why Poaching of Black deer is a serious Crime?
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Why Poaching of Black deer is a serious Crime?

07 May Why Poaching of Black deer is a serious Crime?

Black Deer or antelope is a species Barahsingha,  which is found in the Indian subcontinent. Black Deer is the only living species of Barahsingha.  This species is protected under the wildlife Protection Act. Male and female are of different colors. Its stature as follows: –
Length – 100-150 cm
Shoulder height – 60-85 cm
Tail length – 10-17 cm
Weight – 26-35 Kg.
This endangered species has emergence of rings in their horns which is amazing to watch. The horns are hardly 1-4 screw-rocker . Usually not more than 4 rotations are found. The length of the horns 7 of 9 cm Can be up to. The upper body of male black deer color black (or dark brown) each. Lower body color and the white of the eye in all directions. The female is light brown.





 
Poaching of endangered animal
Black Buck

This is the state animal of Rajasthan, the Bishnoi people are known for its protection and conservation. It is seen through the eyes of great honor by farmers.

Major things to know: – Bollywood actor Salman Khan was allegedly involved in poaching two blackbuks in rajashthan in 1998. He was  there for the shoot of movie “Hum Saath Saath Hain”.  The main charges against him are the violation of section 51 of WPA.

What is Section 51 of Wildlife Protection Act?

According to this anyone hunting, capturing, poisoning, trapping or snaring any wild animal or trying to do such things may be sent to jail for 3 years.




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