World Elephant day 2022- Aim, History, Quotes and Wishes { Latest }

World Elephant Day is an annual international event held on August 12 devoted to the care and security of elephants around the world. Patricia Sims has continued to lead, support, and direct World Elephant Day, which is now recognized and celebrated by over 100 wildlife organizations and many individuals worldwide.

The Aim Of World Elephant Day

The aim of World Elephant Day is to raise awareness of the dire situation of African and Asian elephants, as well as to try sharing information and effective solutions for good captive and wild elephant management and care. On the IUCN Red List of threatened species, African elephants are classified as “vulnerable,” while Asian elephants are classified as “endangered.”

According to one conservationist, both African and Asian elephants will become extinct within the next twelve years. The current population estimates for African elephants are around 400,000 and 40,000 for Asian elephants, despite the fact argued that these percentages are far too high.

History Of World Elephant Day

On August 12, 2012, the first World Elephant Day was observed. Return to the Forest, narrated by William Shatner, is a documentary about the reintroduction of captive Asian elephants into the wild and was released on World Elephant Day for the first time. It was conceived in 2011 by Canadian filmmakers Patricia Sims and Michael Clark of Canazwest Pictures, as well as Sivaporn Dardarananda, Secretary-General of the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation in Thailand, and was officially founded, supported, and launched on August 12, 2012.  When Elephants Were Young, the sequel feature film directed by Shatner, depicts the life of a young man and a young elephant in Thailand.

Elephants day quotes

Elephants are more emotional, caring, and affectionate than humans and we have all good reasons to save them. Happy World Elephant Day.

 

Elephants also can feel like humans. 

 

Without Elephants, it is going to be a very different world.  save elephants.

 

Elephants have always been so warm and fun to play with animals and on the occasion of Elephant Day, we must come together to keep them protected.

 

Save elephants to save this world.

 

Elephants challenge credulity and common sense so even if they don’t exist you couldn’t invent one and we all should fight for their existence on World Elephant Day.

 

Elephants have the largest brains of any mammal on the face of the Earth. They are creative, altruistic, and kind.

 

Let us work hard so that we don’t become the reason for their extinction from the planet…. Warm wishes on World Elephant Day.

 

They are big and cute, beautiful and valuable, important and must for our survival. Warm wishes on World Elephant Day.

 

Nature’s great masterpiece, an elephant; the only harmless great thing from other animals.

 

There is still time and we can still save elephants to keep this Earth a planet full of these cute and adorable creatures.

 

There are 13 Asian countries that still have elephants, and Elephant Family is looking to invest in further projects that will be the most critical for saving elephants while there is still time.

 

Elephants are more emotional, caring, and affectionate than humans and we have all good reasons to save them. Happy World Elephant Day.