Monthly Adoption Pack For Sun Bear

Limited Edition Sun Bear Thank You Pack

We’ll send you:

  • 1 x cute six-inch sun bear plush toy
  • 1 x limited edition eco-friendly bag (colour may vary from the photo)
  • 1 x car sticker
  • 1 x certificate
  • 1 x information sheet
  • Quarterly Green Heart magazines
  • A tax exemption receipt

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an independent non-governmental, not for profit organisation established to promote the sustainable management of the world’s forests. By using FSC certified paper, WWF-Malaysia is helping to reduce deforestation and our carbon footprint.

*Every beginning of the year, for donations received over the preceding months up to December.

 

 

One-Time Adoption Pack For Sun Bear

Limited Edition Sun Bear Thank You Pack 

We’ll send you:

  • 1 x cute six-inch sun bear plush toy
  • 1 x limited edition eco-friendly bag (colour may vary from the photo)
  • 1 x car sticker
  • 1 x certificate
  • 1 x information sheet
  • Quarterly Green Heart magazines
  • A tax exemption receipt

The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an independent non-governmental, not for profit organisation established to promote the sustainable management of the world’s forests. By using FSC certified paper, WWF-Malaysia is helping to reduce deforestation and our carbon footprint.

*Every beginning of the year, for donations received over the preceding months up to December.

Symbolically Adopt a Sun Bear

 

The Malayan sun bear, named for the golden crescent patch of fur on its chest, is the smallest among the eight species of bears found worldwide. It can be found in Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia.

The Malayan sun bear’s omnivorous diet helps to keep forests healthy:
• By consuming a large variety of fruit species, they help to disperse seeds.
• Since termites are their primary food source, they keep termite populations in check, thus enabling tropical trees to grow and thrive.
• They dig for insects such as beetles and ants in the soil, which enhances the forest’s nutrient cycle through the mixing of rich and poor soil.
• They help create nesting sites for animals such as hornbills and flying squirrels by tearing open tree trunks to reach the honey inside.

Sadly, the Malayan Sun Bear is threatened by:
• Habitat loss due to forest conversion for urban development and monoculture plantations.
• Poaching; this adorable bear is cruelly killed and exploited for its bile, meat and bones.

Although WWF-Malaysia does not have a dedicated Sun Bear project, our conservation efforts that focus on species such as the Malayan Tiger benefit all the wildlife living in our forests. Your symbolic adoption will enable WWF-Malaysia to:
• Secure funds for monitoring and anti-poaching efforts
• Promote the protection of crucial habitats
• Build awareness and support for wildlife and forest conservation

Click on the ‘Donate monthly’ or ‘Donate one-time’ button below for details of your limited edition thank you pack..

*Thank you packs delivered within Malaysia only.

 

 

 

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