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MahimaMemberJune 8, 2021 at 5:34 pm::
The Red Data Book is a public document that is used to record endangered and uncommon plant, animal, and fungus species, as well as certain local subspecies, that are found in a given region.
The Red Data Book assists us in gathering comprehensive data for research, studies, and monitoring initiatives involving rare and endangered animals and their ecosystems.
The purpose of this book is to identify and conserve species that are on the edge of extinction.
ADVANTAGES OF RED DATA BOOK
It aids in the identification of all animals, birds, and other species, as well as the conservation status of each.<div>
It’s used to assess the size of a species’ population.
The information in this book can be used to assess taxa on a worldwide scale.
We can assess the danger of taxa becoming globally extinct with the aid of this book.
DISADVANTAGES OF RED DATA BOOK
The information in the Red Data Book is insufficient. </div>
Many extinct and existing species are not updated in this book.
The source of the book’s data has been a matter of speculation and debate.
This book has a full list of all animals, plants, and other species, but no information on bacteria.