Amazonian Tapir Charity Enamel Pin
Tapirs are very close relatives of rhinoceroses, sharing a similar prehensile trunk. Their trunk is used to grasp leaves to eat and also serves as a snorkel when they swim.
✦ 1.6” wide
✦ Durable hard enamel
✦ Gold Plated Metal
✦ Two pins on the back with green rubber backers
✦ Raised Byte Size Treasure logo on the back
Nearly 73k wildfires have decimated the Amazon rainforest this year, a record amount for an ecosystem that produces a remarkable amount of Earth's oxygen. The Amazon is the largest rainforest in the world and is vital to combating climate change.
A collective of over 30 artists teamed up to create enamel pins for charity to help raise money to protect the Amazon Rainforest! 100% of proceeds (after production costs) from this pin will go to Rainforest Trust to help buy land in the rainforest. Every $1 donated buys a half-acre of land.