Hey Everyone, my name is Ayush Baid and I am from Central India. Currently, I’m pursuing my Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science Engineering from Sholapur University. I wish to become a successful businessman in the future. I am an introvert: usually, I love to work alone and spend my time researching and exploring new places. However, according to the correspoinding situation, I can settle into a group and make friends easily. I love travelling and football. I usually spend my time researching about new places and plan a proper trip before starting one. I also love to visit off-beat destinations because I like places that are quiet and empty, keeping me away from the stress and frustration of daily life. Furthermore, love to read about the Animal Kingdom. From a young age, I have had a keen interest to learn about the animals and their daily life. At a young age of 10, I always wished to become a wildlife photographer as I still do as a hobby. Whenever we used to go to a different place, I had one constant demand to my family: that we should visit the local zoo. Though having grown up, I still go with the same enthusiasm as I used to go when I was young. I have a dream, well, it’s kinda a childish dream. But...I would like to visit all the zoos in our world and would like to observe animals from as close as possible. When I was a kid, I used to love being around wildlife, but I had no idea of what they go through daily, and how competitive it is to survive in the wild. My motto of joining LIWC is to do close research about different aspects of wildlife conservation and to be able to help the animals lead a better life. I wish someday I could also perform field work. I hope to contribute and spread awareness about the importance of wildlife conservation so that they can also contribute their share towards wildlife protection. If possible, someday I would also like to create an on-field group of people who can volunteer under the banner of LIWC. This will allow ordinary people to better understand the situation of the animals and encourage them to spread awareness on their level. Have a good day!
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