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A successful forest conservation strategy should involve

(a) protection of animals at the highest trophic level

(b) protection of only consumers

(c) protection of only herbivores

(d) comprehensive programme to protect all the physical and biological components

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Forest conservation strategy should involve exhaustive projects to ensure all the physical and biological components, (i.e., the ecosystem). In the event that living beings just at a specific trophic level are protected, the ecosystem would be disturbed, as the organisms at the lower trophic level would disappear quickly.

This will prompt circumstance where the organisms at all the upper trophic levels would die due to starvation.

Hence option (d) is correct.

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