‘Protect frogs for ecological balance’

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‘Protect frogs for ecological balance’
Bay News Network
Visakhapatnam, 4/26
As part of the Frog Conservation Day campaign
on a Cultural show was conducted by the
students of Aaradhana Children Home at Public
Library, Dwarakanagar, on Wednesday. The
programme was organised by Paryavarana
Margadarsi Vaisakhi, Green Environment
Service Society. In this program the students
of Aaradhana Children home conveyed the
message of “Frog Conservation Day” through
YOGA.
Rajeswari, Secretary of Paryavarana
Margadarsi Vaisakhi invited all the citizens
to come and join the walk on 29th April 2017
at 6AM from Alluri Sita Rama Raju statue to
submarine near VUDA park.
C.Manjulatha professor of Zoological
Department,AU, addressed the students and the
media. Frog populations have been declining
worldwide at unprecedented rates, and nearly
one-third of the world’s amphibian species
are threatened with extinction. Up to 200
species have completely disappeared since
1980, and this is NOT normal: amphibians
naturally go extinct at a rate of only about
one species every 500 years.
K.Rgasudha member of Paryavarana Margadarsi
said that Frogs have survived in more or less
their current form for 250 million years.
Having survived countless ice ages, asteroid
crashes, and other environmental
disturbances, yet now one-third of amphibian
species are on the verge of extinction. This
should serve as an alarm call to humans that
something is drastically wrong in the
environment.
Members of Paryavarana Margadarsi Vaiskhi
G.Sushma,Devi Prasad, Md Munisha, Md Chandini
, Rama Devi, K.Rohoni and D.Priya Bandhavi
founder of Aaradhana Children Home, students
of the Home and several students from
different Educational Institutions  have
participated.

‘Protect frogs for ecological balance’

Bay News Network

Visakhapatnam, 4/26

As part of the Frog Conservation Day campaign

on a Cultural show was conducted by the

students of Aaradhana Children Home at Public

Library, Dwarakanagar, on Wednesday. The

programme was organised by Paryavarana

Margadarsi Vaisakhi, Green Environment

Service Society. In this program the students

of Aaradhana Children home conveyed the

message of “Frog Conservation Day” through

YOGA.

Rajeswari, Secretary of Paryavarana

Margadarsi Vaisakhi invited all the citizens

to come and join the walk on 29th April 2017

at 6AM from Alluri Sita Rama Raju statue to

submarine near VUDA park.

C.Manjulatha professor of Zoological

Department,AU, addressed the students and the

media. Frog populations have been declining

worldwide at unprecedented rates, and nearly

one-third of the world’s amphibian species

are threatened with extinction. Up to 200

species have completely disappeared since

1980, and this is NOT normal: amphibians

naturally go extinct at a rate of only about

one species every 500 years.

K.Rgasudha member of Paryavarana Margadarsi

said that Frogs have survived in more or less

their current form for 250 million years.

Having survived countless ice ages, asteroid

crashes, and other environmental

disturbances, yet now one-third of amphibian

species are on the verge of extinction. This

should serve as an alarm call to humans that

something is drastically wrong in the

environment.

Members of Paryavarana Margadarsi Vaiskhi

G.Sushma,Devi Prasad, Md Munisha, Md Chandini

, Rama Devi, K.Rohoni and D.Priya Bandhavi

founder of Aaradhana Children Home, students

of the Home and several students from

different Educational Institutions  have

participated.

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