Mentioning about the ivory, the star took to Instagram and gave some glimpses from his short video on World Elephant Day by Junglee Pictures. In the pictures, he can be seen posing along with the elephants in the jungle.
Ivory is a hard, white material from the tusks and teeth of animals, that is used in art or manufacturing.
"If we don't buy, their mother's don't die. SAY NO TO IVORY. WWW.iworry.org," read the caption.
Junglee Pictures took to Twitter to unveil a short video for a better tomorrow for our oldest companions, writing, "The Elephant population is nearing a critical point across the world, poaching and habitat destruction need to stop now.
On #WorldElephantDay we wish for a better tomorrow for our oldest companions.
Meanwhile, Dia Mirza, who is also the brand ambassador of Wildlife Trust of India, recalled her childhood days when the sight of a chained elephant in zoo pained her, and why she started working for their cause.
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