SaveAnimalsFacingExtinction.org – Than the Wildlife Park Rangers


Wildlife park rangers put their lives on the line every day to save the world’s most precious animals.

Sign on to thank them for protecting endangered species:

Bravery, sacrifice, and courage are the prerequisites for being a wildlife park ranger.

These incredible men and women are challenged each day with protecting some of the most endangered species in the world. And c, many of them go above and beyond the call of duty:

Two rangers at Fota Wildlife Park endanger themselves to rescue cheetah

Their heroism allowed the cheetah to run away uninjured. We’re so inspired by their dedication to saving beautiful and beloved animals!

Will you sign your name to thank wildlife park rangers for protecting endangered species?

Thank Wildlife Park Rangers. Sign Your Name >>

Take the cheetah, for example:

Right now, cheetahs — the oldest existing species of cats on earth — are threatened with extinction. We cannot let these incredible creatures die out after roaming our planet for FOUR MILLION years.[1]

But with a 90% mortality rate of cheetah cubs in the wild, these cats are on a direct path toward extinction.

That’s why the bravery of park rangers is more important today than ever before.

Every time a ranger protects an endangered species like the cheetah, we move one step closer toward saving these creatures.

So , please sign your name to thank wildlife park rangers for protecting endangered species:

http://go.saveanimalsfacingextinction.org/Thank-Rangers

-SaveAnimalsFacingExtinction.org

 

 


[1] Irish Mirror | Two rangers at Fota Wildlife Park endanger themselves to rescue cheetah caught on feeding line | 3.13.17

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