World Elephant Day 2020 – Why The Gigantic Animal Is Endangered
World Elephant Day is observed every year on the 12th of August. The motive behind celebrating Elephant day can’t’ be hidden from any of us, and it’s’ been in the limelight. The day is dedicated to the preservation and protection of elephants worldwide. Elephants are one of the most friends and delightful animals.
World Elephant Day 2020 – Why The Gigantic Animal Is Endangered?
The day is celebrated to bring the world together to help the generation and species of elephants safe and secure. World Elephant Day also throws light on the threat which Elephants are getting throughout the world. To tell the people and the entire world about the threat being faced by Elephants. This day is celebrated every year on the 12th of August.
However, the animal is loved by the entire world and worshipped in many parts of the world. But now they are on the parameter of extinction from the earth.
World Elephant Day is conceived by two Canadian filmmakers, Patricia Sims and Michael Clark. Since that day, Patricia has continued to direct and lead World Elephant Day every year, and now he is supported by over 65 million wildlife organizations. The main issue about the elephant is the trade of ivory.
Currently, the demand for ivory is high in China, and it often goes more than the value of gold. It is the reason why elephants are so valuable to some people. The meaning of severe poverty in Africa is the person can take a month’s wage or more from a single piece of ivory and sell it in the international markets.
An elephant ride can be fun for human beings, and they enjoy it, but it is not fun cruelly with animals who can’t even speak about their pain. The rides can give you a lot of fun and enjoyment but don’t forget that they can give them injury and put them in danger. Today, on the occasion of World Elephant Day, let’s pledge that we will not do anything that can harm these animals and will not put their lives in danger.