The harmful effects of PM2.5 dust are not limited to humans alone; animals are also gravely affected. This year, the smog has been worse than any other year in recent memory, and the devastating consequences are evident. There are days where we cannot even see groups of elephants who are less than 100 meters away. Many elephants have shown signs of distress, including tears and mood swings, as soon as the thick haze sets in.
Unfortunately, animals cannot communicate their plight, and they have no choice but to breathe in the toxic PM2.5 dust. But we can be their voice and raise awareness about this concerning issue. It is up to us to take action and protect the well-being of animals and the environment. Learn more: