Save The Frogs Day
Save The Frogs Day is celebrated on the last Saturday of every April, this year it will be observed on April 28. Frogs can be found everywhere across the world, and these frogs are with us for a very long time but these species just don’t get enough recognition and care, and many types of frogs are in great danger. The primary aim of this day is to raise awareness about the dangers these lovely amphibian faces and to educate the people about the consequences of living in a world without these wonderful frogs.
“Don’t be a fish; be a frog. Swim in the water and jump when you hit the ground.” – Kim Young-ha
History of Save The Frogs Day
Save The Frogs Day is one of the most significant event created worldwide to educate about amphibians and this day also makes a lot of amphibian conservation efforts. Only a small amount of people around the world is aware that frogs are in great danger and they are disappearing, amphibian conservation attempts will not be successful if the public doesn’t have enough knowledge about it so, the main goal of this day is to inform the public about amphibian extinction. Everyone hates mosquitoes, and these blood-sucking insects are responsible for spreading many diseases, frogs help the humans a lot by eating tons of these insects every year. Sometimes frogs eat these insects even before they become mosquitoes by licking on the mosquito larvae.
Other Celebrations on April 28
April 28 is also celebrated as
- National Blueberry Pie Day
- International Marconi Day
- International Workers Memorial Day
- National Cubicle Day
- National Biological Clock Day
- National Go Birding Day
- World Veterinary Day
- National Sense of Smell Day
How to Celebrate Save The Frogs Day
To participate in Save The Frogs Day, organise an event in your area and help to educate the people in your community about the significance of amphibians conservation. You can also donate some money to the amphibian charity organisations. Also, post pictures and spread about this day on social media to create awareness about frog conservation using the hashtag #SaveTheFrogsDay.