“It’s not whether animals will survive; it’s whether man has the will to save them.”
Putting an effort to enrich the existence of the varied magnificence of the flora and fauna that nature has to offer, humans created World Wildlife Day to celebrate, educate and create awareness. With the augmentation of social media, people now have a mutual platform to connect and celebrate, we captured these moments where stripes, spots and the luscious green woods of the wild were discussed.
As I believe, art speaks louder than words. This World Wildlife Day, sand artists Pattnaik portrayed a beautiful piece of sand art and interpreted the significance of the day.
— Sudarsan Pattnaik (@sudarsansand) March 2, 2017
Considering the nature of this day, United Nations took the opportunity to speak about the hazards of poaching through these young voices of South Africa.
Actress Daina Penty took Twitter to express her gratitude to this selfless planet for offering so much in abundance and shared an adorable picture of her holding a Koala.
— Diana Penty (@DianaPenty) March 3, 2017
The Wildlife Trusts
A wildlife centric organization is taking #WorldWildlifeDay as an opportunity to preach and share ideas to people around the digital world to aid the wildlife. They also took an initiative today where they initiated people to do one thing to save wildlife.
— The Wildlife Trusts (@WildlifeTrusts) March 3, 2017
Another global organization WWF who have prior records of holding social media campaigns to raise awareness around the same too are creating an interactive campaign with Twitteratis, asking them to share one thing they love about the planet’s wildlife
— WWF (@WWF) March 3, 2017
The channel showcased their support to the cause by sharing a creative that spoke about conservation and the motive of the campaign was to ‘Save the Animals’
The Chief Minister of Rajasthan channelized her message through the social media giant, speaking of being the change and encouraged the protection of wildlife.
Former cricketer Anil Kumble too shared his opinion on this day by sharing the UN World Wildlife Day 2017 video on Facebook
The clock for the wild is ticking, before the forest go barren, its time for us to ponder upon our choices and protect the wildlife.