India is rich in many natural resources. There are a significant number of forests in our country, and they are home to different species of wildlife. They act as a natural pollution controlling system.

But now, forests are being destroyed. Several animals, birds and plants are becoming extinct. We can’t let this happen. If this continues, future generations may not be able to see the beauty of nature and the living beings, but only their photos.

Ecological imbalances would occur and as a result, we would face many problems.

We should encourage afforestation, and build and maintain sanctuaries to preserve wildlife.

Forests and wildlife are important to a country’s natural beauty. Save our forests and save the Earth.

M.V. Sai Srikar, IX F, Dilsukhnagar Public School, Vanasthalipuram, Hyderabad