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#SaveTheAnimals: Natural Wooden Teether – Kangaroo

#SaveTheAnimals: Natural Wooden Teether – Kangaroo

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This teether is made out of 100% natural untreated beech wood, which are safe for baby use. Wooden teethers are non-toxic and free from harmful leads, metals, BPA, chemicals or phthalates. It’s durable, sustainable and naturally antibacterial. Beech wood is uniquely sustainable in that it can be grown in renewable and managed forests. This means that more wood can be grown to replace the trees that have been used and cut down.
Applications:
1. Baby to play.
2. Ideal for gum and emerging teeth.
3. Great sensory tool to help baby focus while nursing.
4. Teething toys for curious babies
Certification: EN71, SGS, FDA, CE, CPSIA
Size: Approximately 8.5*6.3
Quantity: 1 piece.
With every purchase, HKD5 will be donated to the WWF HK. We will also donate on top of this amount too. Together we can make a difference.
The #SaveTheAnimals Campaign is an-going project to support and increase awareness in saving the lives of these animals and its natural habitat. For every purchase, we give back.
While kangaroos are not an endangered species, they do still face many threats that make them vulnerable. The most common threats to Kangaroos are due to human activities, including hunting, and conflict with vehicles. Other threats are environmental changes, climate change, similar to the threats against most wildlife!
The major threats facing tree kangaroo species are hunting and habitat loss.
Tree kangaroos have been hunted for food by indigenous communities across their range. For a number of species, this factor alone has contributed to a sharp decline in population numbers. Habitat loss and degradation means that many species now inhabit a restricted range. Habitat has been removed for logging and timber production, or converted to coffee, rice or wheat production.
This loss of habitat can also expose tree kangaroos to predation by domestic dogs.