species

Each of our species is critically endangered and at risk of extinction.

By choosing a t-shirt you will also be choosing where your included donation goes and will be supporting the relevant conservation required for their survival. 

Amur Leopard Hawksbill Turtle Philippine Eagle Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth Sumatran Elephant

Amur Leopard < 100

Of all the leopards, the Amur Leopard is the most critically endangered. Hunted largely for its beautiful spotted fur, its population dwindled to less than 30 individuals in the 1970s, however recent conservation efforts have fortunately been encouraging its recovery. 

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Hawksbill Turtle < 57K

Hawksbill turtles can be found swimming throughout the tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. They are known as travellers and move long distances from their feeding sites to nesting grounds.

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Philippine Eagle < 800

The Philippine Eagle is a giant bird of prey that only remains on 4 islands in the Philippines. It is considered to be one of the largest and most powerful among forest raptors.

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Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth < 100

Famous for its slow movements, the pygmy three-toed sloth is ideally suited to life in the mangroves and is a surprisingly good swimmer. It can only be found on the Isla Escudo de Veraguas, which has been separate from mainland Panama for 9,000 years.

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Sumatran Elephant < 1500

The Sumatran Elephant, a subspecies of Asian Elephant, is the most endangered of all elephants. Sumatra has been particularly badly effected by human activity leading to many critically endangered species sharing their habitat such as the Sumatran Rhino, Orangutan and Tiger who all benefit from one another’s presence.

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