We have done worse to our planet and we can’t simply ignore it anymore. As the severe effects of it have been seen nowadays like many animals are disappearing, we have done worse to marine life as well. Trees are disappearing day by day. Even with this much-repeated warning by nature, we have been completely ignorant towards it.
A few days back a picture of an elephant finding food on a land filled with plastic went viral online. That pic went viral in a short time which leaves many heartbroken.
When cities expand, our dump yards also expand. #Forest land seems easy target for them.
This is what our plastic & other waste is doing to wildlife. A marvellous creature on human waste. PC- TN43 FB. pic.twitter.com/wWzBDmMv4n
— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) May 26, 2019
But this time Anand Mahindra shared a picture highlighting the same issue. He uploaded a picture that shows a unique signboard in a forest which shows, ‘In the forests and mountains, animals do not leave trash, humans do. Please behave like animals’.
He also posted a sarcastic caption with the picture that reads, ‘When angry with my behavior, my mother used to say “Stop behaving like an animal.” ( Jaanwar ki Tarah!) I wish I could tell her today that I was behaving virtuously!’.
Here is that tweet:
According to some Twitter user, the signboard is at Edakkal Caves, Wayanad.
Remember seeing this at Edakkal Caves, Wayanad. pic.twitter.com/4Rta5GgDe6
— Shivam Mishra (@ScmMishra) June 2, 2019
Here is the Funny comment which netizens post afterward
True.. animals are much better these days 😉
— prakhar (@prakhard) June 2, 2019
Very interesting pic. I'm going to use these wise words at @VandalurZoo
— Sudha Ramen IFS (@SudhaRamenIFS) June 2, 2019
Unfortunately we need to learn few things from Animals.
— Mukesh Dixit 🇮🇳 (@mukeshdixit) June 2, 2019
— Naveen Jain (@NaveenJ97271688) June 2, 2019
We are worse than animals Sir!
I saw this video on whatsapp just now…shows what we humans are doing to the animals…brought tears in my eyes 😔 pic.twitter.com/pKRMGTx87H
— Charuhas (@charuhasmujumd1) June 2, 2019
I think all our mothers were trained with this phrase. Our teachers used to say this too 😀.. Wonderful message for us humans .
— Dinesh Joshi. (@dineshjoshi70) June 2, 2019
People remember after loss.
— N V BALASUBRAMANIAN (@babuset) June 2, 2019
Animals are better than human beings for sure.
— R. S. (@rainasomant) June 2, 2019
Haha …. Seriously!!! 🙂
— Chirag Kothari (@Chiragk_21) June 2, 2019
#InspiringAnimals 🐑 🐘 🐕
— RanjιтнKυмar Kaттa (@IamRanjithKatta) June 2, 2019