Adopt an elephant and receive
- A cuddly elephant toy from WWF.
- Fun elephant factbook, bookmarks and stickers.
- A certificate to frame your commitment to the WWF (printed on recycled paper).
- Two exclusive magazines: WWF’s ‘Wild World’ and ‘My Elephant’ with news and updates for your adopted animal.
Female elephants like to live in a very close-knit family environment, whilst males tend to spend their time alone. Elephants love to play in the water which is perfect to cool off after long days in the hot sun. In fact they are really good swimmers, with some being found many miles off the shore enjoying a quick dip! They are very family orientated animals and many of them will stay within their herd for the majority of their life – even on their long travels!
udopt it because
- Elephants are under threat of extinction at human hands.
- Your kind donation will help WWF to train and equip anti poaching patrols whilst ensuring conservation laws are enforced to protect their habitat.
- It’s great as a last-minute gift as the gift certificate can be printed or emailed immediately following payment.
- Adoption programmes start from as little as £3.00 a month.
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Since 1961 WWF have been advocating and giving a voice to the animal kingdom. Recognised for their work internationally udopt is proud to feature WWF animal adoptions programmes. Adopt and you will receive a gift pack including a cuddly toy (or a personalised book with a Tiger adoption), a certificate plus lots more. You'll also get regular updates throughout the year.https://wwf.org.uk/
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Did you know?
- Elephants may have the biggest ears on the planet, but their hearing is surprisingly poor.
- The back of an elephant’s ear is strangely called the knuckle, and is one of the softest parts of the animal.
- Elephants can live up to 70 years and spend up to 16 hours a day eating, consuming almost 500 pounds of food.
- The elephant’s tusks are actually huge incisor teeth, and not horns.
- They have the largest brain of any animal, which is not surprising given the size of them!
Our elephant says…
I may be one of the biggest animals on the planet, but I need looking after too. Our habitat is slowly shrinking, and humans hunt us for our tusks. You might think that because I have big ears that I can hear everything clearly – unfortunately that’s not the case. I’m a lot easier to hunt than you might think. By adopting me you will be helping WWF to protect me and my family from poachers. They also protect our stomping ground habitat by strengthening conservation laws before we disappear off the face of the earth.