World Wildlife Day

Today 3 March World Wildlife Day to raise awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants. Since 2014, proclaimed by United Nation General Assembly (UNGA), on 20 December 2013, at it’s 68th session. This day as the day of signature of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild Flora n Fauna (CITES).
Remember that this world ain’t for human only, entire living creatures have equal rights as the human  being have. As a social, intellectual and conscious creature it’s our responsibility to preserve and development of entire living creatures and plants.
obviously the forest is the shelter for wild animals but its being destructed by human to fulfill their unlimited wishes and needs, many innocents animals have become victim of the cruel and selfish human. People are killing many endangered creatures without any consideration of effect on Eco-system which is harmful for human itself in near future.
 This year World Wildlife Day is under the theme “Life below water:for people and planet.” There are  millions of identified species into the ocean. Marine wildlife has sustained human civilization and development for ages, getting food and nourishment, materials for construction and handicraft and enriched our lives spiritually and culturally in different ways.
As much as of the lives ocean is now affected by the threats of over exploitation of marine species as well as other threats like pollution, climate change. These threats have a bad effect on the lives those who depend on the marine ecosystem.
 Hence, it is the first World Wildlife Day to focus on life below water it’s great opportunity to raise awareness about the diversity and importance of marine life and species and negative impacts of human activities and how can be solved the problems so that it will continue to our future generation.
Thank You !
                                                                                                               – Shiva Raj Karki                                                      

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