- The Endangered Animal Range -

Ronnie the Black Rhino

Help support the Black Rhinos in Africa.

The black rhinoceros or hook-lipped rhinoceros is a species of rhinoceros, native to eastern and southern Africa. Black rhinos remain critically endangered, with poaching for their horns posing a constant threat to their survival.

Size: 30cm in length, 15 cm in width

Find out more about black rhino conservation: www.chipembere.org

Price: R390.00 (R50 will be given to the foundation supporting the rescue and conservation of Black Rhinos in South Africa, The Chipembere Black Rhino foundation)

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Pendo the Pangolin

Help support the Pangolins in Africa.

Pangolins have large, protective keratin scales covering their skin; they are the only known mammals with this feature. Pangolins are mostly nocturnal, and their diet consists of mainly ants and termites, which they capture using their long tongues. Pangolins are the world's most heavily-trafficked wild mammals and vulnerable to extinction due to soaring demand for their scales and meat.

Size: 50cm in length, 12 cm in width

Find out more about pangolin conservation visit: www.pangolin.africa

Price: R450.00 (R50 will be given to Pangolin.Africa, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation of the most highly trafficked wildlife species on the continent - the African Pangolin. )

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Simon the Great White

Help support the Great White Shark.

The great white shark, also known as the great white, white shark or white pointer, is a species of large mackerel shark which can be found in the coastal surface waters of all the major oceans. Great white sharks are decreasing in numbers and are rare due to years of being hunted by man for fins and teeth, and often as a trophy for sport fishing. The white shark is often caught as bycatch by commercial fisheries and can also become entangled in meshes that protect beaches.

Size: 41cm in length, 12 cm in width

Find out more about great white shark conservation visit: www.whitesharkprojects.co.za

Price: R390.00 (R50 will be given to the Sea Change project in support of an array of sea life in the great African sea forest)

Read more at: www. seachangeproject.com

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Shelly the Knysna Seahorse

Help support the Knysna Sea Horse.

The Knysna seahorse is a small, delicate creature with a standard length of up to 12 centimeters. They can be found in only a few estuaries on the south coast of South Africa, such as Keurbooms River in Plettenberg Bay, the Knysna Lagoon and the estuarine portion of Sedgefield. The Knysna seahorse is the most endangered seahorse in the world. They are poached for the ornamental fish industry, accidentally trapped in fishing nets, poisoned by pollution and bothered by recreational activities such as swimming and boating.

Size: 40cm in length, 11 cm in width

For more information visit: www.knysnabasinproject.co.za

Price: R390.00 (R50 will be given to the Knysna Basin project supporting the conservation of the Knysna Sea Horse)

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Paris the African Penguin

Help support the African Penguins.

The African penguin, also known as the jackass penguin is a species of penguin, confined to southern African waters. It is also widely known as the "jackass" penguin for its loud, donkey-like bray. The Africa penguin is an endangered specie with population sizes decreasing.

Size: 26cm in length, 12 cm in width

For more information visit: www.sanccob.co.za

Price: R390.00 (R50 will be given to SANCCOB whom supports the rescue and conservation of Sea Birds in South Africa)

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Roger the Riverine Rabbit

Help support the Riverine Rabbit.

The Riverine Rabbit is a critically endangered species found only in the Karoo in South Africa. With an estimated of only 200 individuals left, it is critical that these rabbits get all the support and help they can.

Size: 49cm (including ears) in length, 10 cm in width

For more information visit: www.paaza.africa

Price: R390.00 (R50 will be given to the foundation supporting the conservation of wildlife in South Africa, The Pan- African Association of Zoos and Aquaria which focuses efforts on educating communities around the conservation of endangered species)

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Frank & Simon the Orangutans

Help support the Orangutans

Orangutans are great apes native to Indonesia and Malaysia. They are found in the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra. Orangutans are among the most intelligent primates. They use a variety of sophisticated tools and construct elaborate sleeping nests each night from branches and foliage. Their learning abilities have been studied extensively. All three orangutan species are considered critically endangered. Human activities have caused severe declines in populations Threats to wild orangutan populations include poaching, habitat destruction because of palm oil cultivation, and the illegal pet trade.

Frank size: 51 cm in length, 16 cm in width

Find out more about orangutan conservation visit: www. orangutan.or.id

Frank Price: R450.00 (R50 will be given to the Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) in support of the conservation and rehabilitation of orangutans in Borneo)

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Simon size: 40 cm in length, 10 cm in width

Simon Price: R390.00 (R50 will be given to the Borneo Orangutan Survival (BOS) in support of the conservation and rehabilitation of orangutans in Borneo)

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Tobie the Sea Turtle

Help support the Sea turtles

Meet Tobie the sea turtle. The hawksbill sea turtle is a critically endangered

The hawksbill's appearance is similar to that of other marine turtles. In general, they have a flattened body shape and flipper-like limbs, adapted for swimming in the open ocean. They are endangered as they are caught as a result of human fishing practices as well as for their shells that are used to make tortoiseshell decorative items.

Size: 26cm in length, 14 cm in width

For more information visit: www.turtle-foundation.org/en/

Price: R390.00 (R50 will be given to the Turtle Foundation in supporting the conservation of the Hawksbill turtle)

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Buzz the Cape Honeybee

Help support the Cape Honeybee

Meet Buzz the Cape Honeybee, which is an important pollinator of flowering plants, including many Fynbos species in South Africa

The Cape honeybee is officially classified as not threatened, however they are experiencing threats, including diminishing forage resources, pests and diseases, as well as problems arising from misuse of pesticides and insecticides in the environment.

As we know if our bee population is not looked after it will impact us severely. As far as important species go, bees are top of the list. They are critical pollinators: they pollinate 70 of the around 100 crop species that feed 90% of the world. We may lose all the plants that bees pollinate, all of the animals that eat those plants and so on up the food chain. Which means a world without bees could struggle to sustain the global human population of 7 billion. According to Einstein, if bees disappeared off the face of the earth, man would only have four years left to live.

Support the awareness and importance of bees and plant plans that support bees.

Size: 16cm in length, 11 cm in width

For more information visit: www.sanbi.org

Price: R250.00 (R50 will be given to the South African National Biodiversity Institute in supporting the conservation of bees)

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All colours and sizes may vary as items are handmade and not one garment is identical.

Wash care instructions: All items to be hand washed and dried flat. DO NOT TUMBLE DRY