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Your contribution to preserving the species
By choosing to contribute an additional 1€ at the checkout, visitors to the Tallinn Zoo can contribute €1 to the protection of the endangered Sumatran rhinoceros and the small feline – manuli – in the wild. 1 € added to the basic ticket goes to Tallinn Zoo’s species protection fund.
Support species protection
The Amur leopard is the world’s most endangered feline, with only a hundred individuals left in the wild. The biggest threat to Amur leopards is poaching for their fur, but the species is also hunted for Chinese folk medicine. Despite active species protection activities, the abundance of the species is still not on the rise.I want to help
Eastern black rhino
Rhino poaching has increased drastically over the past decade, with an average of three rhinos killed every day in South Africa. The main reason for this is poaching for the horn, which, according to traditional folk medicine legends, is believed to have almighty healing properties. There is no scientific proof for this.I want to help
There are only 3,920-6,390 snow leopards living in the mountains of Central Asia. The main danger of the cat with its mysterious lifestyle is poaching – both the species and its prey are hunted. In addition, snow leopards are also affected by ever-expanding human activities, which means that there is less and less suitable habitat for the species.I want to help
The European mink is the most endangered small carnivore in the world. The species was once widespread throughout Europe, but today only 5% of its former range has survived. The biggest threat to the European mink is the American mink, which, having escaped from fur farms into the wild, began to compete with the local species.I want to help
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