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Matted Print - 8x10 – World Wildlife Fund ("WWF") Print and Stamp - The Common Eland (Taurotragus oryx)
This is a beautiful matted print of the common eland with a mint postage stamp from the kingdom of Lesothos, which features the common eland.
The common eland (Taurotragus oryx), which is also known as the southern eland, is a large antelope found on the savannahs and plains of East and Southern Africa. The eland can be found in many of Africa’s National Parks, including the Nairobi National Park and the Tsavo National Park in Kenya; the Serengeti National Park, the Ruaha National Park, and the Tarangire National Park in Tanzania; the Kagera National Park in Rwanda; the Nyika National Park in Malawi; the Luangwa Valley National Park and the Kafue National Park in Zambia; the Hwange National Park and the Matobo National Park in Zimbabwe; and the Kruger National Park in South Africa.n
This gorgeous WWF wildlife print and postage stamp are mounted in an 8 inch by 10 inch black mat for easy framing in your favorite 8 inch x 10 inch frame.
The mat is made from acid-free, 4 ply mat board and has the aesthetic and design benefits of a bright white bevel cut.
This beautiful, black matted, WWF wildlife print and postal stamp include a backing board and are enclosed in a clear bag.
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The World Wildlife Fund (“WWF”), is the world’s leading wildlife conservation organization. The WWF’s mission is to conserve nature and build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. The WWF seeks to protect and restore species and their habitats by mobilizing hundreds of millions of people to support wildlife conservation. The WWF works in over a hundred countries throughout the world. It currently has a membership of over a million within the United States and nearly five million globally.
The WWF (also known as the World Wide Fund for Nature, outside of North America) has used the beautiful postage stamps of countries throughout the world to help share its vision. The WWF Conservation Stamp Collection is the largest thematic collection in the world featuring the wildlife of the world. In 1969, France issued the very first stamp featuring the well-known WWF Panda logo. Every month since 1983, a different country has released a new set of WWF postage stamps that feature threatened or endangered wildlife. More than 200 countries have already participated, and now, each year, up to 18 different countries issue new postage stamps featuring their own threatened or endangered animals and the famous WWF Panda logo.
Prince Philips, Duke of Edinburgh and President Emeritus of WWF International, once said ” The WWF Conservation Stamp Collection offers philatelists and people concerned about the state of the natural environment a wonderful opportunity to enhance their stamp collection, while at the same time contributing directly to the conservation of nature”.