Featuring a photo of mother and baby elephant from the award-winning WWF photography portfolio. This puzzle pieces are larger making them easier for smaller hands to grasp.
- Printed with soy inks
- Materials: FSC grey board & FSC art paper
- Packaging from recycled post-consumer waste carton with soy inks.
- WWF give a percentage of the proceeds to their conservations projects.
Size 38.1cm x 38.1cm Age: 3+
Once common throughout Africa and asia, elephant numbers fell dramatically in the 19th and 20th centuries , largely due to the ivory trade and habitat loss. While some populations are now stable, poaching, human wildlife conflict and habitat destruction continue to threaten the species. Elephants are the worlds largest land animals. African elephant males are the biggest of the bunch, weighing in at up to 6 tonnes (13,227lbs), while smaller Asian elephants can still tip the scales at 5 tonnes (11,023lbs).
The trunk is an extension of the upper lip and nose and is used for communication and handling objects, including food.
Elephants live up to around 70 years.
Learn more about elephants and WWF’s work on www.panda.org.