World Wildlife Day 2021: PM Modi's rise in big cat population.
Lion-tailed macaques from the Western Ghats of India to Sangai, subspecies of antelopes possessing cultural significance in Manipur. On 20 December 2013, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) decided that 3 March would be celebrated as World Wildlife Day. March 3 was chosen as World Wildlife Day, the same day the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wildlife and Flora (CITES) was signed in 1973.
This year, the United Nations plans to facilitate biological systems and forest jobs to give occupation to many individuals.
Although, many efforts are being made around the world for the assurance and spread of natural life, there are some neighborhood legends that are turning to the voice of indomitable life.
On the occasion of World Wildlife Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi pronounced on the protection of wood and safe areas for the creatures and, moreover, thanked the walkers after preservation of life without a name. On Twitter, he said that India is seeing steady growth. Different animal populations.
On #WorldWildlifeDay, I salute those working towards wildlife conservation. India is witnessing a steady increase in the population of various animals, be it lion, tiger and leopard, We must make every effort to ensure the security of our forests and safe habitats. Animals, ”PM Modi tweeted.
"India has wildlife and biodiversity. 70 percent of the global tiger population. 70 percent is the Asiatic lion. 60 percent is the leopard population. The Narendra Modi government is working on breeding the cheetah, which went extinct in 1952." .. This Big Cat will soon be a reality. #WorldWildlifeDay, "he said. (ANI)
World Wildlife Day 2021: Theme The theme of World Wildlife Day 2021 is "Forests and Livelihoods: Sustainable People and Planets." World Wildlife Day is an opportunity to celebrate many beautiful To raise awareness about the forms of fauna and flora and the various challenges faced by these species.
World Wildlife Day 2021: History The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), decided to declare in its 68th session on 20 December 2013 and on 3 March, the day the world would receive the Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species and Wildlife. is. CITES). Wildlife Day.