Amazon Fires: Mahesh Babu, Allu Arjun among Tollywood celebs to express concern

By Priyanka Kanoj  Published on  23 Aug 2019 1:05 PM GMT
Amazon Fires: Mahesh Babu, Allu Arjun among Tollywood celebs to express concern

Hyderabad: Brazil's Amazon rainforest, which is home to more than 3 million species, has been burning up in flames for weeks. Amazon consists of a rich variety of birds, trees, and animals which collaborate 20% of the Earth's oxygen.

It has been reported that there have been around 72,843 fires in Brazil this year. A dangerous climate change is expected after the fire has broke out in the Amazon forests. Weather experts say that it is a massive carbon sink, which is not a piece of good news to the existence of human beings as well as the living animals on the Earth.

While several Hollywood celebrities like Leonardo have been trying to educate on the climatic loss that mankind is going to face, a few Tollywood celebrities have expressed their concern regarding the same on social media.

Tollywood Superstar Mahesh Babu shared a satellite picture of the forests burning by urging everyone to identify the loss we are up to. "The lungs of our planet are burning... the biodiversity is suffering. Let's do our bit to protect our earth... take a step forward to go green. Let's start at home! #GoGreen #PlantMoreTrees #ReduceCarbonEmissions", the hero wrote.

On the other hand, Allu Arjun shared his concern on the Amazon fire outbreak via his Instagram. "Verified

The largest rainforest in the world, produces 20% of the earth’s oxygen, home to one million indigenous people, home to millions of plants and animals. It going to impact on climate change in a big way. #amazonforest", Allu Arjun quoted.

Hero Sai Dharam Tej expressed his concern as well. He wrote, "It’s been really suffocating to see that our lungs of the planet #AmazonForest are on fire and we’re not able to do anything and the only thing we can do is tweet or put up an Instagram post...hope the fire subsides and hope we can make it up for our planet by planting trees".

Actresses Rakul Preet Singh, Rashi Khanna, and others also shared their anguish over the fires spell disaster.

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