ISARA x WWF Collaboration
“Children of today will protect the Earth of Tomorrow”
Do you ever think of our Planet? Do you ever think about the future of your children?
Now’s the time to make a difference and contribute to the preservation of Mother Earth by joining forces with ISARA’s charitable initiative.
ISARA teamed up with WWF and created a unique collection, titled Protect The Planet, dedicated to majorly endangered marine and wildlife species that are currently on the edge of extinction due to pollution, poaching, climate change, and overfishing. The main goal is to raise the alarm about the loss of natural habitat and emphasize our main responsibility to protect the planet for future generations, for a better, healthier world. ISARA truly believes that Children of today will protect the Earth of tomorrow. Support the cause and be actively involved in teaching new generations about the importance of protecting the environment. *7% of the proceeds from the sale of the collection will go to World Wildlife Fund.
Hawksbill Turtles represent a vital link in marine life as they help maintain the health of coral reefs and seagrass beds by extracting sponges from crevices on the reef. Their beautiful colored shells are highly valuable and sought after in the illegal “tortoiseshell” markets, being turned into jewelry, souvenirs or other items, mainly for tourists.
The whale shark is the biggest shark that roams the oceans and its main food source is plankton. The health of our oceans depends on these gentle giants as they are a clear indication of abundant plankton across oceans.
The Giant Tortoise is the largest living tortoise in the world and it can only be found on the Galápagos Islands.
Sea Lions live in large colonies on the shores of Galápagos Islands and they exclusively breed here, on these beautiful Islands.
Galapagos Penguins are the rarest penguin species in the world, and the only one found at the north of the equator, in the Galápagos.
The Fin Whale is the second largest mammal in the world, thus at the top of the food chain, playing a vital role in the health of marine life.
Known as one of the fastest whales in the marine habitat, the Sei Whale has become majorly endangered due to commercial whaling.
Vaquita is undeniably the rarest marine mammal in the world and is currently critically endangered. Imagine that there are as few as 30 Vaquitas left on our Planet due to illegal fishing operations. Just heartbreaking.
Due to extensive poaching, Amur Leopards are currently listed as an endangered species, with approximately 84 individuals left in the temperate forests.
Did you know that rhinos are the oldest groups of mammals in the world?
Black Rhinos play a vital role in their habitat as they shape large portions of land, offering a better home for other species as well, such as elephants.
Tropical rainforests are the HOME of the Malayan Tiger. Due to massive deforestation, the Malayan Tiger is now more susceptible to poaching and it’s struggling to survive.
Sumatran Elephants contribute to a healthy forest ecosystem as their main source of food consists of a large variety of plants. While they feed on plants they also carry and spread the seeds, contributing to the lush forest habitat.
Did you know that Saola has been discovered recently in May 1992? They are so rare and vulnerable that protecting their habitat has become one of the greatest priorities for habitat conservation in the Annamite Mountains of Vietnam and Laos.
One step closer to a better planet and a more sustainable approach for marine and wildlife conservation. 🐼Love, ISARA