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One of our captive-bred Siamese crocodiles receives a blessing. © Jeremy Holden / Fauna & Flora

One of our captive-bred Siamese crocodiles receives a blessing. © Jeremy Holden / Fauna & Flora

Species we save

For more than 120 years, Fauna & Flora has been working with its partners around the world to protect threatened plant and animal species. Every year, our people work across hundreds of project sites, currently in almost 50 countries, to protect the species that are in most urgent need of our help.

From tiny geckos in the Caribbean, to five-tonne elephants in Africa, all species we protect – no matter how big or small – play an important role in their local ecosystems and contribute to the diversity of life on Earth. We are not just saving individual plants and animals; we are protecting their precious habitats and all the other species and humans that rely on these spaces.

Find out about some of the priority species we are currently working with.

An African forest elephant being fitted with a satellite tracking collar in Guinea. © Ruben Bañuelos Bons / Fauna & Flora

An African forest elephant being fitted with a satellite tracking collar in Guinea. © Ruben Bañuelos Bons / Fauna & Flora

Fitting a satellite collar to an African forest elephant to monitor its movements.

Chimpanzee © Gerdie / Adobe Stock

Support our work saving species

Fauna & Flora works to save nature at more than 300 project sites around the globe. But there’s so much more we can do – for the species we’re currently protecting and for the thousands of other plants and animals in danger of extinction.

Help us to scale up our impact.

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