National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

National Geographic Society (National Geographic) and the Association of Outdoor Advertising Association of America conducted a joint campaign #SaveTogether (# SpasomVmeste) to draw attention to the problem of preservation of animal species that are threatened with extinction. The campaign is carried out in social networks, as well as on billboards across the United States.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

angonoka tortoise (Astrochelys yniphora).

The population in the wild is less than 800 individuals.

The photo was taken in the reserve Turtle Conservancy in Ojai, California, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae).

The population in the wild is less than 700 individuals.

The photo was taken in the Miller Park Zoo zoo in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii).

The population in the wild is less than 15 thousand.

The photo was taken at the zoo Gladys Porter Zoo in Brownsville, Texas, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

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African vulture (Gyps africanus).

The population in the wild is less than 270 thousand individuals.

The photo was taken in the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Zoo in Cleveland, Ohio, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

red wolf (Canis rufus).

The population in the wild are less than 150 individuals.

The photo was taken at the Zoo Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls city in South Dakota, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

Burmese Star Tortoise (Geochelone platynota).

The population in the wild is less than 5000 individuals.

The photo was taken in the zoo Los Angeles Zoo in Los Angeles, California, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

Fiji banded iguana (Brachylophus fasciatus).

The population in the wild is less than 8000 individuals.

The photo was taken in the Zoo Houston Zoo in Houston, Texas, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

African Wild Dog (Lycaon pictus).

The population in the wild is less than 2 thousand.

The photo was taken at the zoo and aquarium Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha, Nebraska, USA.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes).

The population in the wild is less than 500 individuals.

The photo was taken at the zoo Toronto Zoo in Toronto, Canada.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

citron-crested cockatoo (Cacatua sulphurea citrinocristata).

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

golden snub-nosed monkey (Pygathrix roxellana).

The population in the wild is at least 16 thousand.

National Geographic has launched a campaign dedicated to the conservation of endangered species

Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca).

The population in the wild is less than 2 thousand.

tree pangolin (Manis tricuspis).