World Lion Day Lion comes on August 10 of every year. In Year 2020 World Lion Day is On Monday 10th August 2020, World Lion Day aims to raise awareness of the majestic hunter, simply known as the king of the jungle. Celebrate the conservation and sustainable solutions to protect and save the global wild lion populations from extinction.
The World Lion Day was created by Big Cat Rescue, the world’s largest accredited sanctuary dedicated to big cats. They choose August 10, because it is a perfect day for people to come together from across the world to give tribute to the mighty lion in as several ways as possible.
On This World Lion Day Be A Voice For the Voiceless.. Don’t Let Them Disappear.
Even though a fun and exciting occasion for all of us, its foundations are based on a grave matter: the number of lions have dramatically declined to the point where the species wants to be placed on the list of endangered, just like its larger cousin the tiger. Hence World Lion Day is a perfect day to raise awareness about the endangering of Lion animals.
How to Celebrate World Lion Day 2020 ?
Celebrating the World Lion Day is entirely up to you. You can change the profile picture pictures of your social media to a lion on that day, draw a sketch and share with them on the social media’s by using the hashtag #WorldLionDay & #WorldLionDay2020.
A lion is the king of jungle and our heart. Help World Lion Day to spread the word by getting involved in its global effort to protect and save the lions.
World Lion Day, therefore, is an opportunity for us to push back against the decline in the range and habitat of the king of beasts. These giant animals are among the world’s largest land species and an apex predator with a reputation like no other. It would be a tragic loss for both nature and humanity if the species were to disappear entirely from the natural environment.
World Lion Day, therefore, has three objectives. The first is to raise awareness of the plight of the lion and the issues that the species faces in the wild. The second is to find ways to protect the big cat’s natural environment, such as creating more national parks and reducing the areas in which people can settle. And the third is to educate people who live near wild cats on the dangers and how to protect themselves. Humans and large species like cats can live in harmony together, but only if they understand how to do so.