On the event of world wildlife conservation day on December 4, the Indira Gandhi Zoological park, Visakhapatnam is conducting online drawing competition. The theme is ‘Human-Wildlife Interactions’ for people of all ages.
This programme is intended to create awareness on the importance of wildlife and the various kind of interactions between humans and wildlife and its likely impact on both.
The drawing competition has been divided into three categories:- (Class 4-7, 8-12 and graduation and above).
A few of the rules to be followed:
1. Only one entry per person.
2. Mail your entries as a scanned digital copy to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before December 6, 2020 with your name, age, contact no.
3. For more information visit: www.vizagzoo.com
4. The top 3 will be awarded prizes and will be revealed on the 8th December, 202O on the website.
5. E-Certificates will be given to all the entries.
Each year on December 4th, Wildlife Conservation Day seeks to spread awareness about preserving and protecting the natural world and its inhabitants. Additionally, the observance strives to put an end to wildlife crime and supporting the Endangered Species Act.
What is Wildlife Crime
Wildlife crime includes illegal poaching and smuggling of animals. Additionally, it includes transporting a specific animal product by criminal groups to make a profit. A few examples would be rhino horns and elephant tusks. Wildlife crime is detrimental to the ecosystem as it causes animals to become endangered or extinct.
Because of poaching, these six animals are at risk of becoming extinct: Elephants, Rhinos, Tigers, Sea turtles, Lemurs and Gorillas.
Can you imagine living in a world where these fantastic animals no longer exist? If wildlife crime continues, it could very well happen. This is why Wildlife Conservation Day focuses on putting an end to wildlife crime.
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