On World Biodiversity Day, WWF-Malaysia and artist Jon Voo launched a series of wooden keychains made of recycled remnants wood, with all sales proceeds to be channeled to WWF-Malaysia’s conservation efforts.
Malayan tigers live in tropical rainforests, unique to Peninsular Malaysia. There are only 250 to 340 left in the wild, classifying them as Critically Endangered under the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. See more here.
About the Artist – Jon Voo
Jon Voo started doodling while pursuing his degree in Economics at the University of Warwick. He maintains Voodoodles on Instagram where he shares doodles of wildlife with the aim of raising awareness & knowledge of species worldwide. In 2016, he launched Project 366 on Instagram where he doodled a species a day based on different themes each month. He is interested in the conservation of antelopes, especially those from the Hippotraginae family. He is currently employed by the telecommunications provider, Maxis.
*Due to the nature of recycled remnants wood, colours in the photos may vary from the actual product.