Differentiate between biosphere reserves and national parks.

The difference between a national park and biosphere reserves is:

The national park is a protected area formed by governing bodies to protect wildlife and help them to reproduce and increase the number of species.

The biosphere reserve is the area used to conserve biodiversities like plants, animals, and microorganisms. It consists of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks.

In biosphere reserve, the transition zone allows human activities and crop cultivation, the buffer zone allows tourism and grazing of animals, and the core zone allows no human activity. 


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Updated on: 16-Jan-2023


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