Kanpur countryside: Now is the time to get serious about the crime being done on the endangered wildlife. Humans wrote the entire land where the rest of the creatures should go. Eighty percent of the wildlife has been destroyed due to desolation of the forest. Environment friend Naveen Kumar Dixit said these things while addressing the students of East Secondary School, Sithamra on World Wildlife Day.
Wildlife in danger
He further said that there is a provision of a fine of twenty five thousand rupees for hunting wildlife or tying them to nets and punishing them for seven years in jail. Do not burn garbage and use public vehicles to reduce evaporation and provide wildlife drinking water.
Thailand made people aware of the world
Principal Shanendra Singh Tomar said that on World Wildlife Day Thailand was aimed at making the people of the world aware about wildlife. We have to keep granule water on our roofs to save the birds. On this occasion, thirty-five students including teacher Maya Devi, instructor Priyanka, Anjali Yadav, Priyanka, and students of Sub-Divisional Junior Sithamra took the pledge to protect them by celebrating World Wildlife Day.