<p><strong>Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on Biodiversity: CRDEEP Journals- Vol 9 Issue 2- 2022</strong></p>
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<p><strong>Dr. Khichi &nbsp;Yogesh</strong></p>
<p><strong><em>Key words:&nbsp;</em></strong>Coronavirus, Biodiversity, Impact, Global, Effects<br /><br /></p>
<p><strong>ABSTRACT<br /><em>This paper is about Impacts of the corona virus pandemic on biodiversity and our ability to protect it. We focus here on conservation, this is first and foremost a human tragedy, disrupting lives and killing far too many people. Globally, the Covid-19 pandemic affected the environment, placing a strain on the economy and all parts of human society. The effects of Covid-19 are inevitable, as there is a reduction in human pressures on the natural ecosystem because of the lockdown of social and economic activities. At present, essential conservation work (protected area/national park staff still patrol and guard vulnerable species and landscapes) is still ongoing across the globe with the accruing positive effects of the pandemic&mdash;reduced air/water pollution, short-term disruption in wildlife trafficking and ecosystem restoration.&nbsp;</em></strong></p>