Biodiversity is measured by the number of different life forms found in an area. In a forest, various species are available which include bacteria, fungi, ferns, plants, nematodes, insects, birds, reptiles and mammals. Forests are therefore, called biodiversity hot spots.
An individual can contribute in management of forest and wildlife by
(i) Avoiding cutting of forest and killing of wildlife.
(ii) Educating people about the importance of forest and wildlife in our life.