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The Annamite Mountains are one of the world’s last remaining havens of biodiversity. But the future of these incredible forests and the wildlife they harbour is under severe threat.
With so many species in grave danger of being wiped off the face of the Earth, we urgently need to safeguard what remains.
The variety and abundance of the myriad life forms that make up our natural world holds the key to the health of the planet and everything on it, including the human race.
The widespread and rapid decline of these species, exacerbated by the destruction of their habitats, is contributing directly to the global climate crisis. In turn, that same crisis is increasing the rate of biodiversity loss, creating a vicious downward spiral.
The Annamites are among the last bastions of biodiversity that FFI is striving to protect from this tidal wave of extinction, as part of our wider work to halt and reverse the worldwide decline of species.
We know what it takes to bring species back from the brink; to protect and restore their habitats; to save Our One Home.
But time is short and we cannot achieve these things alone.
We urgently need the support of people like you. People who understand that our future depends on protecting places like the Annamites.
Together, we can save ‘the Amazon of Asia’. So please, donate today and help save our planet.
FFI has pioneered cutting-edge conservation for well over 100 years. We’ve helped local partners hold the line against a poaching onslaught threatening the largest remaining population of the critically endangered Sumatran tiger. We’ve helped cut elephant poaching to zero for an entire year across Mozambique’s vast Niassa Special Reserve. We’ve ensured communities benefit from mountain gorilla tourism and other conservation initiatives. And we’ve restored over 30 Caribbean islands to their former glory, saving countless endangered species in the process. Every project, every habitat and species protected, is a victory against extinction.
If you value the natural world – if you think it should be protected for its own sake as well as humanity’s – then please support Fauna & Flora International.
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