Wildlife is one of the most important resources human nature is blessed with and the conservation of this precious blessing is important for our economic and social well-being. Many wildlife animals like amphibians, wild animals like elephants, kangaroos, lions, fish species and other animals are reducing daily in population due to various criminal practices like poaching and other means. Many other animals are now extinct and their disappearances have been huge blows for nature.
However, as this world is currently World Wildlife Day today, many English clubs are already removing animals and nature on their respective clubs crests to commemorate this special day and create awareness about wildlife conversation.
Clubs like Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion and Wolverhampton Wanderers have removed the animals on their club logos. Other clubs like Tottenham Hotspur, Coventry are expected to follow suit. Aston Villa have removed the lion usually displayed on their club crest, Wolves have removed the wolve images on their own while West Brom have also removed the throstle on their own club logo.
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