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World Elephant Day 2023: Theme, Significance and History

World Elephant Day 2023

World Elephant Day 2023 is a worldwide event, celebrated on the 12th of August every year. The main aim of this event is to raise a voice for the conservation and protection of elephants. Elephants are among the most majestic and intelligent creatures on earth, but are also under severe threat from various factors such as habitat loss, poaching and human-wildlife conflict.

World Elephant Day 2023

History of World Elephant Day

For the first time, World Elephant Day was celebrated on 12th August 2012 in Canada and also by the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation, Thailand.

World Elephant Day Theme 2023

The Theme of World Elephant Day 2023 is “Safeguarding Elephant Habitats for a Sustainable Tomorrow”

Quotes on World Elephant Day 2023

Wish you all a happy #WorldElephantDay !

“Save the elephants, save the planet.”

Let’s pledge to protects the might jumbo

On World Elephant Day, lets say Elephant Lives Matter, Let’s work for their protection.

Happy World Elephant Day, It’s the right time to save the cutest animal on the planet.

On the eve of World Elephant Day try your best to make a safer place for the elephants. Inspire and aware others too.

World Elephant Day 2023

“Don’t be cruel, don’t be evil…. Save elephants because they are an important link in our food chain.”

“Wake up World !!! Its time to save the cutest animal’s life.”

On the eve of World Elephant Day, let us all try to be faithful as elephants towards our responsibility to save these endangered species.

World Elephant Day 2023
World Elephant Day 2023

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