The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Canada have released four new puzzles under a range titled ‘Endangered Pieces’, which seek to highlight the danger facing our worlds endangered species.
The four puzzles were created by design company AKQA, and feature a giant panda, a Sumatran tiger, a resident-killer whale, and a pygmy two-toed sloth. The puzzles vary in size, containing only as many pieces as the population of the species left in the wild. The puzzles offer a tactile way for the public to engage with and confront the urgency of conserving and protecting the animals.
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