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March 03: World Wildlife

What is World Wildlife Day?


World Wildlife Day is an important international UN day in raising awareness of wildlife and the natural habitats in which they live. By educating more people about the needs of wildlife, we can take better care of animals, both in the wild and in the wild. who unfortunately are in captivity.


Wild animals belong to the wild and have the right to live in their natural environment. World Wildlife Day is a reminder of that, and we believe that wild animals have the right to a have a free life in the wild.


World Wildlife Day (WWD) reminds us of the urgent need to step up the fight against wildlife crime and human-caused species reduction, which has far-reaching economic, environmental, and social impacts. Given these negative impacts, focus on halting biodiversity loss.


Why celebrate World Wildlife Day?


Most captive animals are taken from their natural homes in the wild, or bred in captivity, without ever experiencing true freedom. There are hundreds of thousands of animals currently being held in captivity, in unnatural environments, and forced to perform for tourists.


These animals vary in species, from tigers and elephants that perform tricks, to donkeys and camels that are used as a means of transportation. Locations can range from amusement parks to traveling zoos, and deceptive marketing can create the illusion of sustainability and ethical values. However, the reality is far from good.


To get an animal to behave in a certain way, harsh training methods are applied, with the animal being disciplined until the 'correct' behavior is performed.


However, by sharing information and raising awareness, more and more people are becoming aware of the suffering captive animals endure for the sake of ticket sales. Together we can end the commercial exploitation of wildlife.


How to celebrate World Wildlife Day?


This World Wildlife Day, make sure you do your best to support wild animals and their natural environment.


Attending animal shows on holidays may seem supportive, but the reality doesn't reveal the suffering they face. Harsh training methods, repetitive performances and unnatural living environments keep thousands of animals in an endless cycle of suffering.


We need to change our relationship with nature, and we need to work together.

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