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Your monthly gift of $10 or more will provide us with the support to ensure all of our animals are well cared for every day of the year.

As well as making sure that our animals are well loved, you will receive a special adoption welcome pack including a certificate of acknowledgement and photo of your selected animal, plus, if you share with us your birthdate we’ll send you an annual birthday card from your favourite animal.

Your monthly gift of $10 or more per month will provide us with the support to ensure all of our animals are well cared for every day of the year.

Select from any of the hero animals listed under our 4 categories:

Jungle dwellers

Elephant

The Asian Elephant can grow as large as 3.5m high and weigh up to five tonnes.

Endangered
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Tiger

Despite the fact that they can weigh up to 150kg, Sumatran Tigers are actually the smallest of all tiger species.

Critically Endangered
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Orang-utan

Once widespread throughout Asia, orang-utans are now found only on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra. Sharing 97% of human DNA, they are our closest relative.

Critically Endangered
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Gorilla

Gorillas are the largest primate species and they giggle when they are happy and cough when they are upset or feel threatened

Critically Endangered
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Favourite friends

Meerkat

Meerkats work in large family groups, with someone always assigned to be on watch for danger while the others rest and dig for food.

Least Concern
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Red Panda

The soft, thick reddish fur of a Red Panda camouflages it against the red lichen that would be found in Asian Rainforest. Red Pandas spend a lot of their days sleeping high in trees.

Vulnerable
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Lemur

Lemurs are part of the primate family, and are one of the most vocal of all primates, with a sophisticated series of vocalisations and alarm calls.

Endangered
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Snow Leopard

Native to the mountainous regions of Afghanistan and the Himalayas, Snow Leopards can survive in extreme cold, often using their bushy tail to wrap themselves up to protect them from the elements.

Endangered
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Social on the Savannah

Giraffe

The supermodel of the Savannah, giraffes are the tallest mammals in the world, reaching over five metres in height.

Endangered
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Lion

Generally living in family groups or prides of up to 40 members in the wild, lions will live peacefully as a group of bachelor males so long as there are no females to fight over!

Vulnerable
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Bush Buddies

Wombat

Weighing in at up to 32kg, Wombats are the largest burrowing mammals in the world.

Least Concern
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Barking Owl

As their name suggests, the Barking Owl are known for their barking call. These nocturnal birds have been known to terrify unsuspecting people with their night time calls.

Endangered
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Dingo

Dingoes were once widespread across the globe, but are now found only in parts of Asia and Australia. They are Australia's largest carnivorous mammal.

Near Threatened
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Tasmanian Devil

The deadly Devil Facial Tumour Disease has seen numbers of Tasmanian Devils drop more rapidly than any other endangered species in Australia.

Endangered
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