WWF Turkey kicks off adoption campaign

WWF Turkey kicks off adoption campaign

ISTANBUL
WWF Turkey kicks off adoption campaign

As part of its ongoing adoption campaign, the World Wildlife Fund’s (WWF) Turkey office has called on people to “adopt an animal” on Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day.

WWF Turkey said people could support its work by adopting an animal species threatened with extinction.

“You could give your loved ones a world where human beings live with nature peacefully,” it stated.

Animal species threatened with extinction include sea turtles, pandas, dolphins, cranes, polar bears, tigers and orangutans, noted the statement.

More than 30,000 supporters currently contribute to the WWF’s nature protection works.

“You can design your e-certificate with a donation of 40 Turkish Liras and send it to your e-mail. With a donation of 75 liras we will send you a certificate with your name. If you donate 120 liras, you will get gifts specially designed for the species you choose along with the certificate,” the statement said

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