Hire a wild candidate today!
Every creature has a role to play. From land to sea, our wildlife are key to healthy ecosystems! WWF- Malaysia invites you to ‘hire’ these precious ‘candidates’ so that they can keep ‘working’ to make nature a better place.
Like many managers, it’s good to have them but it’s nerve-wracking when they’re coming towards you. This ecosystems manager for hire has a similar effect.
By maintaining the number of herbivores in the forest, it keeps the forests healthy while being a symbol of courage to many Malaysians. The Malayan tiger is currently understaffed and your help could change that.
If you’re a manager yourself or looking to hire one, this Malayan Tiger is on the prowl for more work. Read its resume and hire an ecosystems manager today!
It’s not easy being understaffed but our Bornean Orangutan makes it work. Some might know them as the ‘gardeners’ of the forest, this orangutan helps nurture the forest by dispersing seeds around. How? Let’s just say the seeds are dispersed through the other end.
If you’d like to keep the forests healthy, take a closer look at its resume and ‘hire’ the Bornean Orangutan today!
It’s easy to get lost in the jungle, especially when there’s no clear pathway! Luckily for us, the Bornean Elephant explores the jungle and creates pathways for wildlife using its large size. It even creates a micro-ecosystem in its footprints when filled with water.
If a jungle explorer is what you’re looking for, take a closer look at the candidate’s resume.
If ‘just keep swimming’ is your motto in life, our marine architect makes sure there’s a healthy coral reef ecosystem!
The sea turtle maintains the health and productivity of the coral reefs which in turn, provides homes to many creatures and benefits humankind.
If you’re not afraid to get wet, read its resume and hire a marine arhictect today.
While we portray this as ‘salaries’ and ‘jobs’, your meaningful donations help us take a step forward in creating a better environment for our wildlife. Thank you for joining us in this journey and we hope that we can continue to work together to protect our planet.
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