Lion, wild and mighty king of the jungle with point claws and thick mane, The beautiful long necked spotted giraffe, Grazing happily on the dry savanna grassland, The black and white striped zebra and the mighty rhinoceros, The enormous elephant with the amazing trunk and tusks, Now becoming fewer and fewer, because of man and his destructiveness, man, the terrible creature, destroying God’s creation.
Wild and tame animals given to us by the mother nature, That we love and exercise patience on them But the evolution of man, the discovery of poaching How black-hearted we appear when we exercise cruelty to animals, The innocent beast of nature yell and shriek, Yet one by one, without merry we destroy, man, the terrible creature, destroying God’s creation.
At any hour, day and night Man sets off for the forest fully aimed, Guess what is in his mind, Elephant tusks, rhinoceros skin and lion’s claws, To make him richer and richer, day by day. Man, the terrible creature, destroying God’s creation.
Spare the lives of beautiful creation, Kill not! Kill not! Kill not! The animals are such wonderful tourist attractions The long hand of law should grab anyone involved in this exercise, Only then shall we spare the precious animals, Man, the terrible creature, destroying God’s creation.