The Saola is so rare they call it a “unicorn” — it’s one of the most endangered animals in the world. *But we have an incredible chance to help save it!*
If you haven’t heard of the Saola, you’re not alone. This shy forest dweller was only discovered in 1992 — and there’s never been a confirmed sighting in the wild by a biologist…only photos from hidden cameras!
But the Saola is no unicorn. It’s very real…and very, very hard to find. That’s why an intrepid group of scientists are uniting to track this animal through the remote Annamite Mountains of Vietnam and Laos, and learn everything they can to save it from extinction.
To do it they want to build the most specialised wildlife tracking team the region has ever seen — integrating indigenous wildlife trackers, specially-trained detection dogs, and state-of-the-art DNA testing capacity. And they need our help to make it happen!
The scientists say “this is what it will take to find and save the Saola.” Can you help protect this magical “unicorn”, and wild spaces everywhere?