Why is World Wildlife Day celebrated?
World wildlife day– When God has created the earth at that time only forests. And Humans lived in the forests. And they had to depend for food on fruits and wild animals. As soon as the development a little bit they built a house to cut down the forests and live. Thus the forests were cut widely and wild animals were also severely harmed. Due to which a large number of animals went extinct.
Therefore in this way, wild animals will disappear then one day a situation crisis will rise. For natural balance, this is most necessary.
Through this post, we will try to know why World Wildlife Day is celebrated. Why are wild animals necessary for us? Why should they protect?
We celebrate World Wildlife Day on 3rd March every year in the world. The main aims that protect the wild animals and flora are going to extinct. Because all these are part of our ecology system. Therefore it is our duty to secure it.
We all celebrate this festival with great enthusiasm and take enjoy it. We all youth class take an oath that we protect our wild animals and flora. All these are integral parts of our society and ecology system.
It is very important to save all these species for the world community. If it is not saved, the ecological balance of the earth may deteriorate in the absence of this wildlife.
Worlds are full of various types of wonderful animals and birds. All these are also national resources of our country.
Once upon a time, there were forests in the three parts on the earth. But nowadays all the forest is desolate. Therefore it is the ultimate duty to protect them.
Who started World Wildlife Day?
World Wildlife Day was first celebrated on 3 March 2014. And it is celebrated every year now. This is a very big program celebrated for wildlife.
In order to prevent the extinction of wildlife and flora, it was first signed by 183 countries jointly by the Convention on International Trade Endangered Species to protect threatened organisms and flora (CITES).
On this subject, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) convened a meeting on 20 December 2013. And World Wildlife Day was announced on 3 March. The first proposal on this subject was questioned by Thailand at the 16th Session of Sites (CITES) in 2013 in Bangkok.
When we celebrate World Wildlife Day in 2020?
Tuesday 3rd March