Published October 4, 2021 | Animal Knowledge, Animals, Conservation, Environment, Wildlife

Why celebrate World Animal Day? – Also known as Animal Lovers Day, this international event mobilise people for better treatment of animals and how to increase the animal welfare movement.

baby pygmy hippo in bali safari


World Animal Day is observed every year on 4 October, the day started modestly almost 100 years ago. Today, the movement is a global force to make the world a better place for all animals.

The main goal of this event is to raise the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the globe. This day also raising awareness about their importance in nature.

Animals are an integral part of our ecosystem as much as humans and plants. Right from maintaining ecological balance (decomposition, furnishing nutrients, environmental protection) to bringing about human wellness, animals are crucial.

As the lives of animals are profoundly affected by the actions of humans and businesses, it is essential to establish effective animal control programs throughout the world. It’s celebrate in different ways in every country or conservancy.

To summarize their significance, in the words of Richard Gere who rightly said:

As custodians of the planet, it is our responsibility to deal with all species with kindness, love and compassion. That these animals suffer through human cruelty is beyond understanding. Please help to stop this madness”.


bon bon orangutan cared by bali safari

As in here, Bali Safari Park celebrate World Animal Day by engaged safari lovers through Live Streaming. In a wish to increase awareness and education about animals, we’re do Instagram and Goplay Live.

While on live we takes you to see animals in Bali Safari Park such as Hippo, Hyena, Antelope and many more. You can find out that our park trying to maintain animal welfare despite pandemic and how we do conservation without confine their freedom.

You also can help us to keep up the conservation program by visiting Bali Safari Park! Get involved and be part of animal welfare movement, click here to get the ticket.