Lacoste Replaced Iconic Crocodile Logo With 10 Endangered Species
Lacoste, a world-famous French clothing brand, replaced its iconic crocodile logo with endangered animal images to spread awareness about these species and dangers that they are in.
The Burmese Roofed Turtle
The future of this animal native to Burma looks rather dark.
The Javan Rhino
Javan Rhinos are only found in Indonesia. They are endangered because of their low reproduction rate as well as intensive poaching for their horns.
The Northern Sportive Lemur
This primate measures just over 50 centimeters from head to tail and weighs around 800 grams. It can be found in the dry forests of Northern Madagascar.
The California Condor
With a wingspan that can reach 3 meters, the California condor is the largest flying bird in America.
This bird that can measure up to 60 centimeters is endogenous to New Zealand. It is an endangered species mostly because of its very low reproductive rate.
This solitary sea mammal enjoys swimming at a leisurely pace in shallow waters. It weighs around 48 kilos on average and measures 1.5 meter in length.
Anegada Ground Iguana
This iguana, native to the British Virgin Island of Anegada, is an herbivore that can weigh up to 6 kilos and measure over 60 centimeters and live in the tropical dry forest.
The Cao-vit Gibbon
This ape is one of the rarest in the world. Despite weighing between 5 and 10 kilos, the Cao-vit Gibbon can swing from branch to branch with great agility.
These herbivores lead a quiet life in the forests and mountains of Vietnam and Laos.
The Sumatran tiger
This carnivore, which can weigh up to 100 kilos and measure up to 2 meters in length, lives in Indonesia. It is genetically distinct from other territorial tigers and constitutes a subspecies in itself.