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WWF's Twitter Campaign to Save Endangered Animals Begins with a Retweet

 - May 14, 2015
References: twitter & wersm
As part of its ongoing efforts to save endangered animals, WWF is now running a Twitter campaign by the name of #EndangeredEmoji.

In this campaign, WWF uses familiar animal emojis to get its message across, stating that 17 emojis that can already be found on iOS and Android keyboards are endangered. This includes the panda, elephants, whales, dolphins, tigers, fish, penguins and many species of monkeys.

To do something about these endangered animals, WWF is asking that users make use of these emojis as they usually would, and each month, donate $0.11 per the use of each individual animal emoji. Donation is completely optional and even if you don't have the funds to support these animals, sharing the message is just as important.