Soon, These Fantastic Beasts May Only Exist in Stories

The animals we share our world with are under threat; creatures that were once abundant are dying off at an alarming rate. And now, one million species are on the verge of extinction. This isn't a natural occurrence or an invisible hand that's pushing the world's wildlife to the edge. The cause of the coming mass extinction is in plain sight. It is us.

And it is us, that have the power to stop it. If we don't, our children will inherit an Earth devoid of some of the most iconic animals that walked the planet.

Sign up now to join Care2's campaign to protect endangered species.

Do you want your grandchildren to have to look at pictures of the extinct giraffe and elephant like we look at the dodo bird? Do you want them to have to recount tales of how the long-gone dolphin used to swim the seas? Or explain to the next generation why the sloth disappeared?

Soon, the only place these fantastic beasts will live is in our storybooks, and that is not a world any of us want to call home.

Care2 is launching a campaign to save endangered species from extinction, and we need your help. When you sign this petition, you will become a Fantastic Beast Guardian. Your mission will be simple — help spread the word about some of the world's most endangered animals and support the work of groups dedicated to saving them. You will receive emails with important petitions to sign, brand new photos to share, and other opportunities to make a difference in the fight to save the last of these unique animals from disappearing forever. So, are you up to the task? We thought so.

Become a Guardian, sign this petition and let's get to work helping to save our planet's fantastic beasts.
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