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Support the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) BY: L.G.

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What is the World Wildlife Fund?

The World Wildlife Fund or the WWF is the world's leading conservation organization. It was founded in 1961, and continues on today, for nearly the last 60 years. The WWF is an international non government foundation and deals with protection and preservation of nature.

“Conservation endures as a living discipline because it is inhabited by a magnificent collection of people. Only by working together can we create solutions to the most vexing problems we face.”

-Carter Roberts President & CEO

The Giant Panda is currently residing in the vulnerable section for endangered species.

The Amur Leopard is critically endangered, according to the WWF.

The gorilla is a member of the primates, and is protected by the World Wildlife Fund.

"Humans are not the only animals trying to survive each day"

-Anthony Douglas Williams (Inside The Divine Pattern)

What the World Wildlife Fund Work Consist of?

The WWF work consists of Double Tigers, Food, Forests, Fresh Water, Influencing Policy, Oceans, Russel E. Train for Nature, Science, Stopping Ivory Demands, The Markets Institute, Transformation Business, Wildlife Conservation, Working with USAID, and Climate.

Some of the many species the World Wildlife Fund protects

The World Wildlife Fund, protects a variety of species and divides them up into the three categories: Marine Animals, Primates, and Big Cats. Below is a link to the page on the World Wildlife Fund website: https://www.worldwildlife.org/species.

WWF works in unity with many to achieve lasting conservation results. Together, we can protect and restore species and their habitats. -World Wildlife Fund

What places does the World Wildlife Fund protect?

The World Wildlife Fund protects many places in many different countries. In Asia they protect: Amur-Heilong, Borneo and Sumatra,Coral Triangle, Eastern Himalayas, Greater Mekong, and Yangtze. In Africa they protect: Coastal East Africa, Congo Basin, Madagascar, and Namibia. In South America they protect: Amazon, Southern Chile, and the Galapagos. Lastly in North America they protect: Arctic, Chihuahuan Desert, Gulf of California, Mesoamerican Reef, and Northern Great Plains. The reason the WWF supports these places, is the wealth and variety they support and the destructive challenges that impact them. Also, how well the WWF can help these places, positively.

How can you help support the World Wildlife Fund?

There are quite a few options when it comes to supporting the WWF such as:

The Gift Shop: When one shops on the WWF website, they receive a royalty to go towards the fund. Each purchase is a donation to the World Wildlife Fund.

Adopt an Animal Symbolically:

On the World Wildlife Fund shop website, one can symbolically adopt an animal that is protected by the WWF. For a donation of $55 dollars, one receives a plush version of the animal that they adopted, a photo of the animal, an adoption certificate, a species card, and a gift bag. This is the most common version of the adoptions kits, but for a slightly higher donation there are variety of kits.

Donations:

One also donate by sending e-cards to friends or family, showing one loves supporting nature and animals. Also, one can download a wallpaper, that contains the species that the WWF protects and supports.

Donate today at https://www.worldwildlife.org/ or purchase a product to help donate at https://gifts.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/.

Why You Should Donate?

You should donate because the World Wildlife Fund is protecting millions of animals from becoming endangered and helping them get out of the endangered zone. They also as well, protect many environments that sustain many of these animals and are essential to the world as well.

Why Else Should You Donate, to Save These Animals:

Thank You

Sources: https://www.worldwildlife.org/

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Created with images by OyeHaHa - "panda adult panda big panda" • Alexas_Fotos - "barbary ape eat apple" • Debbie Molle - "Giant panda enjoying his bamboo" • Jake weirick - "untitled image" • hasekura - "gorilla zoo ape" • Andrew Pons - "Silverback Gorilla" • 🔮🌊💜✨ - "untitled image" • Rezal Scharfe - "Cold & Solemn" • skeeze - "panda giant panda bear white black zoo" • Alexas_Fotos - "gorilla monkey ape" • Kris Mikael Krister - "Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas)" • mikakaptur - "dolphin nature marine fish animal smart dolphin" • skeeze - "orca killer whale whale mammal jumping water" • ToNic-Pics - "crawl seal north sea white robbe seal" • herbert2512 - "monkey primate orang utan" • Eric Knoll - "Cheetah in close-up" • laurentmarx - "elephant safari animal" • dwarner - "panda animal bear wildlife chinese jungle bamboo" • rawpixel - "untitled image" • Pascal Müller - "panda babies in Chengdu" • HiroakiHome - "turtle sea diving" • skeeze - "panda giant panda bear" • sasint - "tiger animals bengal" • Blake Meyer - "Eye of the Tiger" • Colin Watts - "Rhino watching us…" • skeeze - "orca killer whale whale" • IanZA - "jaguar feline spots" • Manish Gupta - "untitled image"

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