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#PLANETPLASTIC – THE CALENDAR 2018 CARACTERISTIQUES
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The earth has considerable marks of human fingerprints, obviously our whole planet has. The earth has been through several major catastrophes and mass extinction before, but this is the first one in human history, and yes, all thanks to… Ourselves
It’s safe to say that Africa’s wildlife is in jeopardy, the situation is immersily critical!
Fortunately it’s not entirely too late yet… there’s still hope thanks to organizations such as the Forgotten Parks Foundation. These people are risking their lives day in day out to protect the remaining animals and introduce new wildlife again. Forgotten Parks also created an incredible educational system where they teach local children about animal rights, the importance of what the rangers do and so on and so on… Just check out their actions yourself: www.forgottenparks.org
If you don’t buy this Calendar please consider making a donation through their website anyways.
Because we all have an interest and a responsibility to act right now and to protect what we all value: a healthy future for nature, animals and so, ourselves…
The profit of #PLANETPLASTIC goes out to Forgotten Parks.