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| Last Updated: 14/09/2020

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Wildlife Week : 2nd to 8th October 2019

 Wildlife Week : 2nd to 8th October 2019

The Wildlife Week is celebrated every year from 2 to 8 October in India. The main objective of this campaign is to promote the conservation and protection of animal life. It teaches people about the animal’s life and encourages them to save a large number of animals by not killing them for their own food or for other purposes. People help many animals to move and give them joy and happiness. Many people save animals to get the right balance in the environment.


Wildlife Week: 2019

There are many animals in forests and many other areas. Due to these animals, the environmental balance is preserved in nature. People are aware of this fact and develop their minds to protect all animals from any dangerous material. The government has many plans and ideas to save and protect animals and the natural environment. The government has passed several animal laws that provide a variety of ideas and plans for managing an animal’s life. The government has also developed several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries to protect them from unnecessary killings. The Wildlife Week was started in 1952 with the aim of raising awareness the public to important measures for the protection of wildlife life. Against this backdrop, the Indian government has created an Indian Wildlife Council that is committed to raising awareness of the conservation of wildlife. During this week, experts will organize hands-on seminars to introduce the most challenging aspects of wildlife conservation to the reach and understanding of all ages.