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In short, the illegal wildlife trader can potentially get away with a fine, while a researcher violating their permit even slightly, will face a much more severe penalty. Whether researchers, wildlife photographers and documentary film makers can continue their work with autonomy may will depend on this winter session of the Parliament.

So let us all come together and oppose the Legislation from passing a law that will choke the field of Wildlife Research which will ultimately lead to serious lapses in the Conservation of Indian Wildlife.

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