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1) In India, while our conservation policies are geared towards terrestrial biodiversity, there are many marine species that are not protected. Examine the various threats, the marine biodiversity that is affected and the socio-economic consequences of these threats.

Topic:Factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries in various parts of the world (including India)

1) In India, while our conservation policies are geared towards terrestrial biodiversity, there are many marine species that are not protected. Examine the various threats, the marine biodiversity that is affected and the socio-economic consequences of these threats. (200 Words)

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