11 adorable pictures to celebrate World Animal Day

Here we look at 11 adorable pictures of animals to raise the status of animals around the world


Multimedia Desk October 04, 2016
Snow leopards are a highly endangered species of big cat found in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan range. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

It's World Animal Day and we're celebrating. Conserving our world's habitat is essential to protecting the planet and its wildlife. The Brown Bear is endangered in Pakistan -- with only 60 of them left nationwide.

7 magnificent pictures of endangered snow leopards in Pakistan

By raising awareness and education, we can create a world which enables animals to live safely in their natural habitats. The celebration of World Animal Day mobilises the animal welfare movement across the globe to make the planet a better place for animals to live in.
Join us and WWF-Pakistan to help build a future where animals can live in harmony with nature.

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Here we look at 11 adorable pictures of animals to raise the status of animals around the world.

Brown bears. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

Flamingos. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

Green turtle. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

White-backed Vulture. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

Markhor. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

Indian Pangolin. PHOTO: M. ALI IJAZ

Humpback dolphin. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

Snow leopard. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

White-winged Redstart. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

Indus River dolphin. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

Common leopard. PHOTO: WWF-PAKISTAN

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Bunny Rabbit | 5 years ago | Reply Wow unable to believe such exotic creatures exist in pak. Should be publicised more to attract tourists
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