Recent floods, rains pose ‘serious’ threat to wildlife in Pakistan

KARACHI, Pakistan 

Recent super floods and torrential rains combined with drought and wildfires across Pakistan have posed a “serious” threat to already under-pressure wildlife in the South Asian country.

On the occasion of World Wildlife Conservation Day observed on Sunday, the World Wide Fund for Nature ( WWF) in a report said the recent climatic events such as floods and widespread rains coupled with drought and wildfires have damaged the wildlife habitats and…

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