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Elephant Pin Badge
Quantity:  3.25

There are a huge variety of animals living in jungles, deserts on open plains and in the frozen polar regions. These animals all fave two major challenges; the destruction of their habitat and changing climate conditions.

Conservation of their environment is one of our most important responsibilities so future generations can appreciate the huge variety of animal species in the world today.

This elephant is made from pewter and is supplied on pin with a clasp. The information on the card describes about the threat to animals habitat and how important conservation is to their future.

 
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