Let me introduce a special “Save The Animals Drawing” project. Can you imagine a world where all animals are treated with respect and have a possibility to live lives they suppose to live? I started a project on Instagram by drawing different animals and sharing different stories. By creating these drawings, I would like to draw attention to the issues many animal species encounter on daily basis and human cruelty towards animals that is most often fueled by pure greed.
My new drawing “Give Us Hope” is dedicated to cute pandas 🐼 💚.
“Pandas play a crucial role in China’s bamboo forests by spreading seeds and helping the vegetation to grow.
So by saving pandas, we will also be saving so much more. We will be helping to protect not only these unique forests but also the wealth of species that live in them, such as dwarf blue sheep and beautiful multi-colored pheasants.” — from WWF website ❤
Credits: I learned to draw a panda using the tutorial by Draw So Cute. Thank u ❤
The idea behind this project is to involve u too. Post anything dedicated to animals with the hashtag #bubithebearlovesanimals ❤.
Let me know what you think about the “Save The Animals Drawing” project in the comments below.
Documentaries I love and recommend to watch
1. Virunga – this documentary film focuses on the conservation work of park rangers within the Congo’s Virunga National Park during the rise of the violent M23 Rebellion in 2012 and investigates the activity of the British oil company Soco International within the UNESCO World Heritage site.
2. Cowspiracy – this documentary film explores the impact of animal agriculture on the environment, and investigates the policies of environmental organizations on this issue. The film looks at various environmental concerns, including global warming, water use, deforestation, and ocean dead zones, and suggests that animal agriculture is the primary source of environmental destruction.
3. Living on One Dollar – The film follows the experience of four young friends as they live on less than $1 a day for two months in rural Guatemala. They battle hunger, parasites and the realization that there are no easy answers. Yet, the generosity and strength of Rosa, a 20-year-old woman with her husband Anthony, and Chino, a 12-year-old boy gives them hope that there are effective ways to make a difference
4. Before the Flood – is a 2016 documentary film about climate change directed by Fisher Stevens. The film was produced as a collaboration between Stevens, Leonardo DiCaprio, James Packer, Brett Ratner, Trevor Davidoski, and Jennifer Davisson Killoran. Martin Scorsese is an executive producer.
5. The Ivory Game – the film examines the ivory trade, which has become a global concern, pitting governments and environmental preservationalists against poachers and Chinese ivory merchants.
6. Naledi: One Little Elephant – beautiful true-life story about a baby elephant Naledi born into a rescue camp in the wilderness of Botswana. She’s orphaned at one month of age, she was depressed, she didn’t want to eat and almost died. Follow her story and how dedicated team of men working around the clock to nurse her saved her life.