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WWF Mug n.02

Adélie Penguin
WWF Mug n.02


Today there are 8,000 Adelie Penguins left from an original colony size of 40,000. If the trend continues, Fraser predicts that Adélie penguins will be locally extinct within five to ten years.

You just buy and collect our nice mugs and confirm the value of our project, we’ll do the rest to try to improve the planet we live.

By buying this mug you’ll contribute to adopt a Penguin from a colony of 300-500. We collect and raise money for a year adoption with the WWF UK.


WWF Business Club Bronze

We are WWF UK’s Business Club Member and our aim is to give our help.

Help us halt the decline in penguin numbers with this mug. 

Price is inclusive of Packaging & Shipping within the UK.


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Adélie penguins in Antarctica are in the midst of a major upheaval as climate change causes their icy habitat to warm up, experts say.

The penguins rely on winter sea ice as a platform for feeding on ocean krill.

But they also need the ice to shrink in the summer so they can access their breeding colonies on land.

Today there are 8,000 birds left from an original colony size of 40,000.

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Why Adélie penguins matterS

Adélie penguins are part of the Antarctic food chain – they eat animals like krill and small fish, and are a source of food for predators like leopard seals and killer whales. So they play a key role in the Antarctic ecosystem.

Help us to stop their colony decline by contributing and adopting a penguin for a year with the WWF. You simply buy and collect this mug and we’ll do the rest.


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You simply collect our nice Mugs and make us proud of our work and project, we do the rest and try to improve our planet.

We are members of the WWF UKs business club. Each month we design, produce and sell a special mug with a different endangered animal the WWF is protecting through their worldwide campaigns. Due to the shipping fees and the aim to contain the cost of the mug and keep it fair, we deliver within the UK for the proposed price.

Please contact us for special requirement or shipping in other countries: info@zeroduedesign.co.uk

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  • Improving the management of Antarctica’s resources and safeguarding its wildlife
  • Establishing a network of marine protected areas covering at least 10% of the 20 million square kilometre Southern Ocean
  • Reducing illegal and unsustainable fishing practices
  • Raising awareness of the threats of climate change we all face
  • Your support will also help fund our essential work around the world