What is the animal symbol of WWF (world wild life fund)? A) Dolphin B) Kangaroo C) Tiger D) Giant panda E) Great Indian bustard
Hint:WWF is the world’s largest conservation organisation. It works for saving biodiversity, promoting sustainable use of renewable resources and reduction in pollution and waste management.
Complete Answer: To answer this question we should know about the importance of WWF. WWF stands for world wide fund for nature. It is an international organisation founded in 1961. This nongovernmental organisation works for wildlife preservation, reduction of human activities for the conserving the environment. The aim of WWF is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. The work of WWF is mainly concerned in the six areas like food, climate, freshwater, wildlife, forests and oceans. WWF has set up offices around the world. Its headquarters is located in Switzerland. The giant panda is the symbol used for the WWF. The symbol is taken from a panda named Chi Chi who was transferred from Beijing zoo to London zoo in 1958. Dolphin is the national animal of Greece. Kangaroo is the national animal of Australia. Tiger is the national animal India.
The correct answer is (D). Giant panda is the symbol of WWF.
Note:WWf worked as a charitable trust when it was founded. Its initial focus was protection of endangered species. The scientists associated with WWF work for the conservation of the biodiversity of terrestrial, marine and freshwater ecosystems.