The World’s Longest Wildlife March “Love The Last March” is Landing in Gardens By the Bay

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World’s Longest Sculpture to Debut in Singapore to Raise Awareness for Wildlife Extinction

A new sculpture installation is coming to Singapore that aims to raise awareness for the global wildlife extinction crisis. The sculpture, called “Love The Last March,” will be the longest in the world at 192 meters (630 feet) long.

The sculpture was created by internationally renowned artists Gillie and Marc, who are known for their monumental public sculptures of wildlife. The installation features 45 of the world’s most endangered species, including the mountain gorilla, the Northern hairy-nosed wombat, and the Sumatran rhino.

The animals are depicted marching together in solidarity, symbolizing the need for global action to save the animal kingdom. The sculpture will be exhibited in Gardens by the Bay, a popular tourist destination in Singapore, from May 19, 2023 to May 18, 2024.

In addition to raising awareness, the sculpture also aims to educate the public about the wildlife extinction crisis. Visitors will be able to learn about the different species featured in the sculpture, as well as the threats they face.

The artists hope that “Love The Last March” will inspire people to take action to protect wildlife. They are also working with WWF-Singapore, a local conservation organization, to raise funds for wildlife conservation projects.

The sculpture is a powerful reminder of the need to act now to save the world’s wildlife. It is a must-see for anyone who cares about the future of our planet.

Here are some ways you can help:

  • Visit the “Love The Last March” sculpture in Gardens by the Bay.
  • Learn more about the wildlife extinction crisis and the threats facing different species.
  • Donate to WWF-Singapore or another conservation organization.
  • Make changes in your own life to reduce your impact on the environment.

Every little bit helps. Together, we can make a difference.

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