We don't have to wait until #ThrowbackThursday to share a great pic of Henry we hadn't seen before. Sam met him at Durrell's Jersey Zoo some time ago, and today he posted the moment on his IG.
Henry has been an ambassador for Durrell Wildlife since 2014. Learn all about his work for the charity and how you can help him support them at cavillconservation.com.
Durrell does incredible life-saving work for species all over the world, and they are always posting the latest news on their social media including the birth of their latest baby at Jersey Zoo!
Meet the newest member of our narrow-striped mongoose (aka Bokiboky) family! This little one is growing up fast but if you're quiet while visiting, you may see mum and infant playing or snuggling up together. Native to South Eastern Madagascar, the Bokiboky has recently been reclassified on the IUCN Red List from Vulnerable to Endangered due to their decreasing numbers in the wild. With a captive population of just 24 in Europe, every birth is vital so Durrell are working closely with other zoos to ensure the survival of the narrow-striped mongoose. Thanks @leilaamy for the photo. . . . #mungotictisdecemlineata #endangered #species #iucnredlist #zoo #narrowstripedmongoose #bokiboky #madagascar #captivebreeding #durrell #behindthescenes #baby #cute
Finally, please don't forget to nominate Henry for his work with both Durrell and The Royal Marines Charity at the Just Giving Awards. The nominations close in a few weeks! -- NOMINATE HIM NOW.
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Oh,thanks..! Wow, Henry's so.. hunky! Yes ofcourse, I've already nominated him. It's such a good quality pic. Thanks again for sharing HCN. Loved it. D.ReplyDelete