15+ Photos Showing How Devastated Mother Nature Feels When We Stab Her in the Back


The protection of Mother Nature from everyday pollution and destruction and the development of human awareness can be achieved in countless ways. One of the most convincing ways is when people see with their own eyes what is happening and how much negligence this can be on the part of individuals. Those who cannot see it in person or do not notice it while moving in nature can look at countless photos taken by worried people, whose goal is to show others how it is in reality and to influence their consciousness to stop doing things that could endanger Mother Nature and its inhabitants – animals.

We liked this way of warning people and we tried to find and choose a certain amount of touching images that treat this issue and share it with nature lovers and those who have not cared about it so far and to penetrate deep into their minds and make them behave differently in the future.

  • Somebody had to cut down a tree in his/her yard and then realizes that this was a really bad thing for people who live there and, of course for the animals, which habitat was destroyed.

That probably was his home… from FunnyandSad

  • The way how some animals protect their habitat – ‘the attempt of an orangutan to save his home.’

An Orangutan Trying To Save His Home from Natureissad

  • A parrot who is nostalgic for the natural environment enjoys even in a fake natural habitat

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  • An example of the lack of care for stray dogs in cities

The sad in this pic is killing me: stray dog in Bucharest huddles in a street after a blizzard from pics

  • These otters are forced to live in oil-polluted water.

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  • In the absence of food, polar bears eat garbage.

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  • Most of this bird is covered with oil from its previous habitat.

  • Another example is that animals love the natural environment.

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  • Gus is a polar bear that was an icon of Central Park Zoo in New York (1985–2013). It has become a symbol of human interference, and according to Zoo statistics, it has been visited by more than 20 million people during its lifetime. In the 1990s, he fascinated people who visited the Zoo because he swam in the pool for up to 12 hours a day, which is why journalists called him “neurotic,” “depressed,” and “bipolar.” This contributed to him becoming “a symbol of the stress of living in New York.”

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  • How the garbage that people throw everywhere can affect the development of animals can be seen by the turtle that is trapped in a piece of plastic.

  • The picture shows a Koala located in the place where there were previously trees on which she had her ‘house.’

Koala Photo Shows Forest Destroyed By Loggers, Animal’s Heartbreak After Losing Home

  • Even in a shrine-like Kruger National Park such scenes can be seen.


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  • Deforestation leaves large numbers of animals and birds homeless, such as the Owl pictured made in the UK.

  • Frightened kangaroo after mass fires in Australia

  • Due to global pollution Laysan albatross lives in piles of garbage

  • Animals have preferences like humans – Giant Panda, at the Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria holds a brush behind some pictures he painted himself.


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Bonus – How to Improve and Help

The big number of people have started recycling trash, and many organizations that stand up for animal rights are trying to live doing less harm to the environment.

On the pictures below can be seen:

–           People as actual animals’ best friends.


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–           Released Ural owl to his habitat.

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–           Rescued puma from a contact-type zoo,

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–           Sick, abused, retired, and rescued elephants in sanctuary along the Thailand-Myanmar border in Kanchanaburi, Thailand enjoy the music played by the British volunteer Paul Barton.


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–           For example, how the birds assist humans in their mission to clean up the planet.





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