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[Ambassador report] Thematic report- Marine life

by Asmita Gaire | 17-11-2019 23:59 Comments 8 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

Belonging to the landlocked country, I always miss the peaceful beaches and incessant flowing waves of sea. I miss experiencing what actually it happens to be touched by those fresh air from sea, curves of waves and all those beautiful species enjoying marine life. Nevertheless, I satisfy my this curiosity through web obeserving and getting to know about the interesting facts, habitat and niche of them either through medias or through my visit to some overseas country in vacation.

But at times, it's very heart pricking to acknowledge all those very disappointing news about marine bodies.

Marine life, or sea life or ocean life, is the plants, animals and other organisms that live in the salt water of the sea or ocean, or the brackish water of coastal estuaries. At a fundamental level, marine life affects the nature of the planet.

Have you heard about dolphin's "smile"?
It is actually an illusion. So is our belief that these animals can heal.

After all, as everyone can see, the dolphins are smiling. However, their “smile,” which is not a smile at all but an anatomical illusion arising from the configuration of their jaws, makes people believe—wrongly—that the animals are always content.

Dolphins are being captured, sold into slavery captivity. They are not well treated and supplied with nutrition and rest. Behind the dolphins smile lies a sad story of them.

When these creatures can hide their all the pain just to entertain human beings but the same human are ill treating those beautiful creatures.

Dolphin has a greatest role in maintaining ecosystem. Dolphins are important to the environment because they can be good natural indicators of the biome conservation. As they are apex predators, they consume several species of fish and squid concentrating in their bodies the possible contaminants in the water.

I have taken dolphin as just a representative. Everyone of us is well known about the fact that how marine body has been used these days either in aquarium or through some other means for entertainment purpose without considering their welfare. We have also encountered many unhumane activities that has threatened their lives like huge mass of plastic products in the body of dead whales and several fishes.

This is very much vulnerable condition. These act has challenged not only the marine creatures but also the several other terrestrial creatures infact a whole ecosystem and a earth in nutshell.

Now it's still not too late. Let's work together and beat the plastic pollution along with speak for welfare of animals for the good of  marine cretures along with for everyone.


Hyeongmin Mentor

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hello Asmita

    I can see some thoughts that came across your mind in contacting with beaches.
    I've visited to several aquariums around the world and every time I visit them, I was fascinated by its beautiful sights. However, on the other hand, I never got to think about the pain those sea creatures are suffering. Some aquariums are considered big, but still those are just tiny bit compared to their original home regions. Now I strongly believe that those aquariums are no way good for the sea animals, but just for the small joy of the humans. I hope the day with true harmony between the humans and the marine environment comes as soon as possible.

    Thank you for the great report.
    Posted 21-11-2019 14:57

Sandhya Adhikari

  • Sandhya Adhikari says :
    Thank you Asmita dd for sharing the role of dolphin in maintaining the ecosystem,
    Keep writing dd,
    We are eager to read much more from you.
    Posted 20-11-2019 12:46

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello Asmita

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.
    Thank you for your report about Marine life

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 19-11-2019 15:33

Pooja Gyawali

  • Pooja Gyawali says :
    Hello Asmita de!!
    Thanks for sharing the role of dolphin in maintaining ecosystem.
    Keep on writing.
    Green cheers!

    Posted 19-11-2019 12:53

Lisa Mentor

  • Lisa Mentor says :
    Hello Asmita,
    this is Lisa.

    Dolphine is definitely one of my favorite marine animals they not only look adorable but the community life that they form and maintain gives us many lessons and teaches us values that we often forget in our capitalistic and individualistic life.

    I feel like that the golden rule of 'stepping into other person's shoes' comes important in the environmental agenda as well for we all live in different surroundings that there are problems that only some of us experience. Landlocked countries could easily be ignorant of the problem that happens in the sea while the island states might have little or no interest involving the issues that landlocked countries are facing. Yet, these environments and ecosystems are all interlocked and even if it seems that we are not directly influenced by these problems, in the long term we are all the person in the matter. Hence, we have to try to stay aware of problems in our own regions as well as those in other places.

    In this sense, it's good to see that you as the ambassador of Tunza are aware and caring of the marine ecosystem as well even though you might not have direct experience of it!

    Thanks for the great report and I hope that others who might be ignorant and careless of problems outside their surroundings would become more like you and us:)
    Posted 18-11-2019 18:41

Meena Pandey

  • Meena Pandey says :
    Hello Nikolay!!
    I hope you are fine and doing great.

    Its very new to know that Dolphin's smile is just an illusion.The role of Dolphin in maintaining ecosystem is great.We must stop capturing of the dolphins and selling to slavery captivity.

    Keep writing and shining.
    Hope to now more from you.


    Posted 18-11-2019 16:40

Asmita Gaire

  • Asmita Gaire says :
    Greetings nikolay
    I hope you are fine.
    Yes dolphin are very significant but aren't regarded as they have to be.
    Thank you so much
    Green cheers!

    Asmita Gaire
    Posted 18-11-2019 13:59

Nikolay Dagaev

  • Nikolay Dagaev says :
    Hello Asmita! Greetings from Russia! I didn't even know that dolphins play such a big role in maintaining the ecosystem.
    I live in the city, which is located on the shore of the sea of Azov. Once our sea was almost fresh, it was found a huge number of fish and even such rare species as sturgeon. However, within a century, the water became salty, and the enterprises operating in the city polluted the water so much that the current situation may well be called an environmental disaster.
    Posted 18-11-2019 06:27

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