Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
Wildlife Keychains
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WWF's plush toy keychains are made to the Blue Angel Standard – the highest certification for soft toys looking for benefits to health and the environment, and tested for pollutants, safety and social aspects of raw material extraction and the end product

For every keychain you buy, WWF receives a contribution that helps them safeguard these magnificent creatures and their habitats. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

Suitable for all ages, no moving parts.

WILDLIFE FACTS

Panda - This peaceful creature has a special significance for WWF as the official mascot and logo since their founding in 1961. Some examples of their efforts to help the giant panda include: increasing the areas of panda habitat under legal protection, creating green corridors to link isolated pandas, and protecting them against poaching, illegal logging, and encroachment.

Brown Tiger - Tigers are one of the world’s most endangered species, with as few as 3,890 left in the wild. Your purchase will go a long way to protect their vital habitat, step up our anti-poaching efforts, and monitor tiger populations.

Dolphins - As these lovable and playful creatures sit at the top of the marine food chain, they play an important role in the overall balance of the marine ecology. WWF works hard to keep their habitats safe from pollution, overfishing, and endangerment of marine species.

Elephant - The majestic African elephant is a gentle giant of the jungle. Unfortunately, many are hunted for their beautiful ivory tusks. WWF is committed to researching and monitoring elephant population numbers, strengthening anti-poaching initiatives, stopping illegal ivory trade, and protecting elephant habitats all over the world.

Giraffe - Did you know? The Giraffe has a massive heart which pumps at 2 or 3 times that of a healthy man to push blood up its long neck. Giraffes are killed for their skins and meat, and have almost disappeared from many areas where they once occurred, for example in northern Uganda, western Kenya and north-east Africa. Habitat destruction also continues to threaten their future.

Orangutan - Over the past 60 years, the orangutan population in Borneo has declined by more than 50% and their habitats have shrunk by at least 55% in the last two decades. Very often, baby orangutans are separated from their mothers and traded in the wildlife market. With your help, WWF focuses on restoring their habitats, addressing wildlife crime, and reducing human-orangutan conflict.

Arctic Wolf - Often called the "polar wolf" or "white wolf," Arctic wolves inhabit the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland. Thanks to its isolation, the Arctic wolf is not threatened by hunting and habitat destruction in the same way as its southern relatives.

Parrot - Many parrots that you find in the pet store have been bred as pets and are legal. But there is also a dark side to the parrot trade. Some parrots are taken from their wild homes and smuggled to market centers for sale to unsuspecting customers. The illicit trade in parrots can involve the laundering or falsification of shipping documents. And often birds die while being smuggled.

Polar Bear - Over thousands of years, polar bears have also been an important part of the cultures and economies of Arctic peoples. WWF is supporting research on this vital Arctic habitat so Arctic people and governments can ensure polar bears, and all the life linked to sea ice, can thrive long into the future.

Turtle - Sea turtle species date back to more than 100 million years – that means they’ve been a vital part of the ocean since the dawn of time. However, climate change remains one of the biggest threat to turtle populations. Overharvesting and illegal trade also pose another man-made threat to the habitats and lives of sea turtles around the world. WWF helps save the sea turtle from endangerment.

MEASUREMENTS

Height: 10 cm

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ABOUT THE BRAND

WWF is one of the world’s largest and most respected independent conservation organisations. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

As one of WWF’s international hubs, the WWF-Singapore office supports a global network spanning over 100 countries. By working with individuals, businesses and governments, our work in Singapore and the region include protecting forest landscapes, promoting sustainable palm oil; supporting sustainable management of marine resources; tackling plastic pollution; addressing illegal wildlife trade at source; strengthening anti-poaching enforcement; and aligning financial flows towards a low-carbon future.

Click on the brand name at the top of this page to find out more!

Order in time for Christmas! Place your orders by 5pm on 22nd December 2021 to receive your parcels by 9pm on 24th December 2021 via standard delivery.

Next Day Deliveries for urgent orders that are received by 3pm latest will be available throughout the holidays!

Store pick-ups will not be available on 25th - 27th December 2021 and 1st - 3rd January 2022. View store opening hours here.

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