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The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) or Worldwide Fund for Nature is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts.

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WWF Chinstrap Penguins

Save 25% on this 2008 South Georgia Mint Commemorative Sheet of 4

Named for the narrow black band under its head, the Chinstrap Penguin is found on the islands of the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic, and over a million breeding pairs are found in South Georgia. The most plentiful penguins in the world, they live in large colonies and swim up to 50 miles a day in search of food. This colorful commemorative sheet is actually cut to the shape of a penguin!

 

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (South Georgia #370a)

 

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WWF Leopards

1985 Afghanistan Complete Mint Set of 4

Afghanistan is home to nine species of wild cats, second only to Africa in variety. The Leopard is found throughout Africa and southern Asia and is well-suited for the mountains of Afghanistan. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#1172-75)

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WWF Jaguar

1983 Belize Complete Mint Set of 4

The jaguar is the largest feline species found in the western hemisphere, weighing up to 350 pounds. Living mainly in rainforests throughout Central and South America, it has been nearly eliminated from the United States. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#689-92)

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WWF Coelacanth

1998 Comoro Islands Complete Mint Set of 4

Believed to be extinct, the Coelacanth was rediscovered in 1938 off the coast of Africa. This "living fossil" is highly maneuverable and is found in underwater caves and grows to over 6 feet long. It is estimated less than 500 exist today. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#883)

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WWF Walia Ibex

1990 Ethiopia Complete Mint Set of 4

The critically endangered Walia Ibex is found in the mountains of Ethiopia, where it grazes on low-growing vegetation. Once common, only about 500 survive today. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#1303-06)

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WWF Fijian Monkey-faced Bat

1997 Fiji Complete Mint Set of 4

The Fijian Monkey-Faced Bat was discovered only in 1976 and is Fiji’s only endangered species.  This extremely rare large bat is found only on a single mountain in Fiji, with a population of less than 1000. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation.  The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#797-800)

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WWF Tree Frog & Iguana

1999 Haiti Complete Mint Set of 4

The Giant Tree Frog is found only on the island of Hispaniola and grows up to 5 inches long. The Ricord's Iguana is also found only on the island and is critically endangered, with an estimated population of less than 4000. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#913)

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WWF Laos Tigers - 1984 Complete Mint Set of 4

Part of the World Wildlife Fund series to raise awareness of endangered species throughout the world, the tiger is an iconic symbol of wildlife conservation for Laos. Found throughout Asia, the tiger has lost most of its natural habitat. A $14 catalog value. More...
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WWF Liberian Mongoose

1998 Liberia Complete Mint Set of 4

The Liberian Mongoose was discovered in 1958, and is found in the forests of Liberia and Ivory Coast. This extremely rare mongoose eats earthworms and insects. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#1321)

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WWF Lizards

1999 Madagascar Complete Mint Set of 4

More than 200 species of lizards are found on the island of Madagascar, including more than half of the world's known varieties of chameleons. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#1404)

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WWF Sea Life

1986 Maldives Mint Set of 4

The Maldives, a group of coral atolls southwest of India, is home to over 1100 species of fish. Over 700,000 tourists visit the Maldives annually, attracted by its wealth of scuba diving opportunities. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#1185-87, 1189)

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WWF Himalayan Black Bear

1989 Pakistan Complete Mint Set of 4

Described by Rudyard Kipling as “the most bizarre of the ursine species”, the Himalayan Black Bear is believed to be the ancestor of most bear species.  Found in Himalayan forests, it is threatened due to loss of habitat and poachers. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation.  The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#719)

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WWF Humpback Whales

1983 Palau Complete Mint Set of 4

In 2010, the South Pacific nation of Palau declared all of its waters to be a marine sanctuary for whales and dolphins.  Over 30 species of whales and dolphins have been found in Palau’s waters. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation.  The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#24-27)

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WWF Visayan Spotty Deer & Warty Pig

1997 Philippines Complete Mint Set of 4

The critically endangered Visayan Spotted Deer and Visayan Warty Pig are found in several islands in the Philippines. Although protected by Philippine law, loss of habitat and hunting are major threats to their survival. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#2476-79)

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WWF Bats

1993 Samoa Complete Mint Set of 4

The Samoan and Tongan Flying Fox is found throughout Samoa, Fiji and Tonga. These large fruit bats have wingspans of up to five feet. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#827-30)

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WWF Chinese Egrets

1993 Singapore Complete Mint Set of 4

The Chinese Egret is typically found on small islands throughout Southeast Asia. It uses its long legs to run after prey such as crabs, fish and shrimp in tidal waters. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#670-73)

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WWF St. Vincent Parrots

1989 St. Vincent Mint Set of 4

This large colorful parrot is found only on the island of St. Vincent. Hunting, trapping and habitat loss have greatly reduced its population, estimated at about 700 in the wild. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is the largest international conservation organization aiding more than 100 countries in wilderness and animal preservation. The endangered animals featured on each nation's WWF postage stamps are native to that country and provide awareness to help support their conservation efforts. (#1184-85, 1187-88)

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