Lion Sponsorship

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You will receive a secret access link for each sponsorship, which you can use to track a lion (African lion). You will learn its name, its history and can follow its incredible journey on a real-time tracking map. Keep an eye on your lion every day!

Every sponsorship actively protects animals. Collect them to save more lions!

Note: The sponsorship is a one-off payment. There are no additional costs for tracking and it is not limited in time.

Digital product for download. No shipping by post.

You will then receive an e-mail:

A link to fill in and print your certificate. (The certificate can be filled out at any time)

The certificate includes the name of the recipient, the chosen animal name, the creation date, and the unique certificate number.

It also features a QR code that allows you to track the animal.

You can find all your animals and certificates in your member area. Please register here.

You will receive a personalized certificate with each piece of jewelry, including a unique QR code to track your animal.

Perfect for gifting to your loved ones!


Lion Sponsorship

Your tracking experience

Your personalized sponsorship certificate

Every sponsorship helps


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Frequently asked questions

Why are wild animals tracked?
Wild animals are tracked for various reasons. On the one hand, this serves to protect endangered and threatened animals. By tracking them, scientists can better understand their behavior, migration and ecology in order to take appropriate conservation measures and preserve their habitats.
How are wild animals tracked?
Wild animals are tracked in various ways. One common method is satellite tracking, in which satellite transmitters are attached to the animals. The transmitters send signals to satellites in orbit, which are then relayed to receivers on earth. This allows scientists to track the movements and location of the animals in real time.
Does it hurt the animals?
As a rule, most tracking methods do not cause any pain or discomfort to the animals. The satellite transmitters that are attached to them are designed in such a way that they automatically drop off after a while. The acoustic methods also cause no pain, as the microphones only pick up the animals' natural sounds. They are not directly touched or disturbed during photo-identification.

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