Ecology of aquatic organisms in Ainkurunuru

Muthulakshmi T
Department of Tamil, A.P.C. Mahalaxmi College for Women, Thoothukudi 628002, Tamil Nadu, India.
Mallika S
Department of Tamil, A.P.C. Mahalaxmi College for Women, Thoothukudi 628002, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Abstract

No living organism can live on earth without water. Today, 70 percent of water is used for agriculture, 20 percent for industrial work and 10 percent for human consumption worldwide. Fish, crocodile, crab, shrimp etc. were found as aquatic organisms during the Sangam period. They describe the nature of the environment in the manner of food chain, spread, space protection, food collection and storage, and coexistence with the law of nature. In 500, news of aquatic organisms and their spreading into a food chain, compliance with the natural law, food conservation, human use methods and environmental contacts have been explored. This article shows that aquatic organisms lived without any pollution and without loss of life during the Sangam period.

Keywords

  • Ecology of aquatic,
  • organisms,
  • Ainkurunuru,
  • Sangam period

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How to Cite

T, M., & S, M. (2021). Ecology of aquatic organisms in Ainkurunuru. Indian Journal of Tamil, 2(4), 21–25. https://doi.org/10.54392/ijot2144

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