According to the World Wildlife Fund press release, the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) has announced that they are holding The World’s Cutest Animal contest with people around the world being the judge and picking that one adorable animal to take the honors.
The animals that will be available for people to judge will be the anaconda, bald eagle, bison, black-footed ferret, blue footed booby, cheetah, clown fish, crocodile, dolphin, dugong, giraffe, gorilla, grey wolf, great white shark, hippo, horned puffin, iguana, jaguar, lemur, macaw, monarch butterfly, octopus, orangutan, panda, polar bear, pygmy elephant, red eye tree frog, rhino, sea lion, sea turtle, seal, snow leopard, tiger, tortoise, toucan, walrus, whale, and a zebra.
Each animal can be seen on the World Wildlife Fund website located at wwf.worldwildlife.org, where each animal has pictures as well as facts about the specific animal. Each person that votes for the animals has two chances to do so. One time between Aug. 17th-31st where you have the ability to pick five separate animals that you think are the cutest, and then again between Sept. 1st-20th.. The winner of the Cutest Animal in the World will then be announced on Sept. 21st. You can place your vote at the World Wildlife Fund Website located at http://worldwildlife.org/cutest.
The World Wildlife Fund is a multinational conservation society that is well known all around the world and has been around for over 45 years. The World Wildlife Fund has over 1.2 million members in the United States alone, and a total of five million globally and works with over 100 different countries. If you would like to become a member of the World Wildlife Fund, donations start at $25.00 and can go up to $500.00. To be conservation member, donations start at $1000.00 and can go up to $10,000. To donate, please go to Support the Wildlife Fund.
Along with the World Wildlife Fund, there is also a scientific foundation called The Conservation Science Program that was founded in 1990. This conservation society provides scientific expertise to educate others to implement conservation projects globally as well as providing research that targets biodiversity and the factors that can threaten it. The work of the conservation program includes, terrestrial, marine and freshwater realms which takes place globally, continentally, and eco-regionally.
To learn more about the World Wildlife Fund and it’s many ways it can help the world and it’s animals please take the time and visit their website at World Wildlife Fund Website. Educating ourselves on the animals and the conservation of our world is our job to keep America and the rest of the world a place that can thrive and grow with all of us.
SOURCE : WWF wants to know? Whats the World’s Cutest Animal?
SOURCE : World Wildlife Fund Website