Personal Response for in to the wild

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1] Have you lost in the dense forest? write your experience in 50 words. 

Ans: One Sunday, my sister and I had gone for tracking with our friends, but we were found ourselves lost in the midst of a dense forest.  Our mobile phones had also no coverage, that left us completely cut off from the outside world. Our friends tirelessly scoured the area family-essay out us, 

Finally, our friends located us and rushed to our side. How  overwhelmed we were with relief and gratitude, I have no words to explain!

2] what would you do if you were lost in a dense forest? write in 50 words

Ans: If I were lost in a dense forest, the first thing I would  try to stay calm and evaluate my situation. I would search for any familiar landmarks or signs of civilization and try to retrace my steps. If that proved unsuccessful, I would look for a source of water and would not west my energy while waiting for rescue.

3] Which birds and animals give alarm calls about which dangers?

Ans: Following birds and animals give alarm calls to warn about specific dangers.

* Langur monkeys: These primates give loud, barking alarm calls to warn of predators such as leopards, tigers, and snakes.

*Sambar deer: These large deer give a loud, barking alarm call when they sense predators such as tigers and leopards.

*Spotted deer: Similar to Sambar deer, spotted deer give a loud, barking alarm call to warn of predators such as tigers and leopards.

*Indian roller: This bird gives a loud, screeching alarm call when it senses a large snakes.

*Indian peafowl(मोर): These birds give a loud alarm call when they sense danger from predators such as tigers, leopards, and humans.

4] What is the role of bird watchers in the conservation of environment and increasing economy?

Ans: Bird watchers play an important role in the conservation of the environment as well as in earning money in several ways:

* Monitoring bird populations: Bird watchers help to monitor bird populations and track changes in their distribution. This information helps to plan strategies to protect species.

*Raising awareness: Bird watchers can educate the public about the ecological and economic value of birds and their habitats and inspire others to take action to protect them.

*Education : Bird watchers can contribute valuable data to educational projects. That information is useful to understand bird behavior, migration patterns, and other aspects of avian ecology.

*Ecotourism: Bird watchers helps to increase local economies through ecotourism, 

5] what is avifauna?

Ans: Avifauna refers to the collection of bird species that inhabit a particular region or environment. It includes all species of birds that can be found in a particular geographic area,  Avifauna is studied by ornithologists, who focus on the biology, behavior, and conservation of birds.

6] why does the writer say here “Walking through the forest I was Negotiating the webbed leaves of Teakwood and Moha trees.”

Ans: The sentence creates a clear image of the writer, Kiran Purandare’s experience “how challenging it was to get through the forest and so he communicates with them to feel less difficulty and efforts and accomplish his travelling without any future calamity.

7] Why does the writer say- Walking alone in a jungle needs more alertness than walking with a companion?

Ans: In a jungle, there are many potential hazards and risks specially of predators. If there is a companion while walking in a jungle, it can provide an extra set of eyes and ears, a sense of comfort, security as well as emotional support, which can help to reduce stress and increase safety. With another person, it is easier to watch out for potential dangers and to be aware of one’s surroundings. 

8] Why is The ground under the Mahua tree cleaned very well?

Ans: The ground under the Mahua tree is cleaned very well by local people because the fallen flowers and fruit of the Mahua tree from the tree, are used to make alcoholic beverages (wine), edible oil, and traditional medicines. Therefore, clean ground beneath the Mahua tree may also help to prevent the accumulation of debris and other materials while collecting and processing them.

9] Why was the blossoming Boxwood trees, the Bhoop Bhoop sound of Coucal bird, the song of Robin bird, all appeared alien to the writer?

In the lesson “Into the Wild” written by Kiran Purandare, the blossoming Boxwood trees, the Bhoop Bhoop sound of Coucal bird, and the song of Robin bird all appeared alien to the writer because he had lost in the forest and unable family-essay out the way. The use of the word “alien” suggests the writer’s mental condition. In this condition he was unable to attract that richness of the natural world even when they are familiar to him.

10] Why does the writer say “There still exists a jungle where we can get lost, isn’t this our good luck?”

Ans: The writer’s statement “There still exists a jungle where we can get lost, isn’t this our good luck?” suggests that the writer views getting lost in a jungle as a positive and fortunate experience. The statement may reflect the writer’s appreciation for the beauty and complexity of natural environments, need of jungle for us as well as their desire to experience the world in a more immersive and unpredictable way.

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