World Wildlife Day: “The Future Of Wildlife Is In Our Hands”

March 3rd is World Wildlife Day, and it will be an opportunity to celebrate various forms of fauna and flora and also turn our attention to the initiatives required to fight criminal violations of laws designed to protect endangered species and environmentally sensitive habitats. The 2016 theme focuses especially on African and Asian elephants, which have been ruthlessly killed by traffickers in tusks. Let's check out some of the most engaging animals of Uganda, in Africa.

Photos: Martina Advaney

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