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Endangered Species Calendar Overview

With a focus on some of the world’s most vulnerable species and the threats to their survival, the Endangered Species calendar is an insightful and thought-provoking calendar. Inset photos and informative notes about each creature and the dangers faced are also featured on each page of this compelling calendar.

February’s fascinating photo shows giant otters in Pantanal, Brazil.The largest otter species, with webbed feet and water-repellent fur, they live in slow moving rivers and lakes in South American wetlands and rainforests in extended family groups. With no natural predators apart from humans they were driven nearly to extinction through demand for their velvety fur. They are now endangered by rapid loss of habitat and fish supply and deforestation.

There’s an endearing photo of Bornean Pygmy Elephants in Sabah, Borneo in June. This smaller, more passive subspecies of the Asian Elephant inhabits the flat lowland rainforests of northern Borneo in small herds, led by a female. They are endangered as the large blocks of forest they need are fragmented by human encroachment and transformation of natural forests to palm oil plantations, disrupting migration routes and habitat.

Information About this product
Design Code: PC481
Size: 494mm x 350mm
Advert area: 60mm x 328mm
  • 12 leaves plus cover - wirobound
  • High gloss cover & pages
  • Supplied inserted into recycled card wallets
  • Recyclable calendars printed using vegetable based inks
  • Postal size: Medium Parcel
  • Price includes: advert artwork and printing in one standard colour
  • Minimum quantity: 25
  • Price guide: £8.00 - £10.00*
  • Ready to ship in: 3-4 weeks**
  • Rare animals and their habitats with notes about their preservation.

Printed on Carbon Capture paper. Every calendar contributes to the planting of trees in the UK by the Woodland Trust.

*Qty 200 units **From artwork approval

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