On Tuesday, the 18th of September Grade 6 to 8 of CMR National Public School had the pleasure of attending a session by Ms. Jayanthi Kallam who is the founder of ARRC (Avian and Reptile Rehabilitation Centre). Her passion for animals and the wildlife in general was quite apparent throughout the session.

It was both informative as well as interesting as the students learnt about the various kinds of species in wildlife and how as a society we can make a difference to their well-being. She further encouraged them to take up wild life reserve as a career option and bring about a visible change in the way we treat these lovely creatures. At the end of the session every student had a better understanding of how to save and preserve the wildlife world.

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