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World Animal Day

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Every year, World Animal Day is celebrated on October 4 around the world. The main aim of this day is to improve the welfare standards of animals across the globe. This date is celebrated as World Animal Day because it is the feast day of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. The day holds great significance as it spreads awareness about the protection of animals through various initiatives. Several organisations, welfare groups, and individuals come together for this cause.The World Animal Day is celebrated with different themes each year to focus on various aspects of animal welfare. The theme for 2021 is ‘Forests and Livelihoods’: Sustaining People and Planet.’ While this day is observed in most countries, India has shown its involvement positively. Owing to its rich wildlife, India has been supporting animal welfare for several years now.

Karnataka is one of the states where the World Animal Day has great importance because of its extravagant wildlife. In fact, Karnataka is the hotspot of India’s biodiversity. The state is home to more than 18 wildlife sanctuaries, 5 national parks, 5 zoological parks, and numerous bird sanctuaries. Every year, various activities are performed here, such as, opening of rescue shelters, animal welfare campaigns, and other fundraising events.Karnataka offers countless ways to celebrate World Animal Day 2021.Every individual can make small efforts to play a crucial role in this initiative. You can become a part of such activities or online activities to raise awareness about this cause.

RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL PARK
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You can also visit one of the wildlife regions in the state to remind yourself about the importance of forests and wildlife from Earth’s sustainability. Karnataka’s forests are known to support a large percentage of the country’s elephant population (25%) and tiger population (10%). These forests are also home to numerous endangered animal species. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandipur National Park, Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary, and Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary are just some of the best places to visit in Karnataka on World Animal Day 2021. Let’s contribute our support in caring, protecting, and spreading awareness about the various animal species.

Tiger Couple

Every year, World Animal Day is celebrated on October 4 around the world. The main aim of this day is to improve the welfare standards of animals across the globe. This date is celebrated as World Animal Day because it is the feast day of Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. The day holds great significance as it spreads awareness about the protection of animals through various initiatives. Several organisations, welfare groups, and individuals come together for this cause.The World Animal Day is celebrated with different themes each year to focus on various aspects of animal welfare. The theme for 2021 is ‘Forests and Livelihoods’: Sustaining People and Planet.’ While this day is observed in most countries, India has shown its involvement positively. Owing to its rich wildlife, India has been supporting animal welfare for several years now.

RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL PARK

Karnataka is one of the states where the World Animal Day has great importance because of its extravagant wildlife. In fact, Karnataka is the hotspot of India’s biodiversity. The state is home to more than 18 wildlife sanctuaries, 5 national parks, 5 zoological parks, and numerous bird sanctuaries. Every year, various activities are performed here, such as, opening of rescue shelters, animal welfare campaigns, and other fundraising events.Karnataka offers countless ways to celebrate World Animal Day 2021.Every individual can make small efforts to play a crucial role in this initiative. You can become a part of such activities or online activities to raise awareness about this cause.

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You can also visit one of the wildlife regions in the state to remind yourself about the importance of forests and wildlife from Earth’s sustainability. Karnataka’s forests are known to support a large percentage of the country’s elephant population (25%) and tiger population (10%). These forests are also home to numerous endangered animal species. Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary, Bandipur National Park, Ghataprabha Wildlife Sanctuary, and Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary are just some of the best places to visit in Karnataka on World Animal Day 2021. Let’s contribute our support in caring, protecting, and spreading awareness about the various animal species.

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