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Did you know that plastic is found in 99% of penguins, killing thousands of these beautiful sea creatures every year because plastic waste kills them from the inside?

By purchasing a symbolic sponsorship, you contribute directly to the protection of the penguins. For each sponsorship sold, we neutralize CO2 with our partner greenspark (UN Climate Change) and thus prevent part of the climate change.

In addition, you will receive a secret access link for each sponsorship, which you can use to track your penguin (emperor penguin). You can give it your own name, find out its history and follow its movements on a real-time tracking map. So you can keep an eye on your penguin every day!

A team of researchers attach a small, harmless and non-invasive GPS device to them so that they can study their migration patterns.📍

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

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

From an order value of €30, you can choose a gift. Simply click on the gift on the right-hand side of the screen or go to the gift section. This discount cannot be combined with other discounts.

Digital product for download. No shipping by post.

You will then receive by email:

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

The certificate contains the name of the recipient, the pet name they chose, the date it was created and the unique certificate number.

Also shown is a QR code that you can use to track the animal.

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

For each piece of jewelry you will receive a personalized certificate including a unique QR code to track your animal.

Perfect to give as a gift to your loved ones!


Penguin Sponsorship

With every sponsorship you can a penguin on your phone, Track tablet or computer!

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1 kg of plastic per sponsorship

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frequently asked Questions

Why are penguins tracked?
The penguins are tracked primarily to determine their feeding routes and the location of food sources in the sea. This information can be used to identify overlaps with human activities and to take protective measures such as establishing protected areas or developing management plans. The devices can also track their diving behavior and record depth, water temperature, salinity, etc.
How are penguins tracked?
Tracking devices with different technology are used depending on the information that needs to be collected. Satellite devices make it possible to track penguins online and know their position at all times. There is no need to collect the device to obtain the information. Devices with GPS technology, on the other hand, have to be obtained to obtain the information and it is not known where the penguin is during its journey. The collars have a trigger mechanism with an internal clock that researchers can program. Typically, researchers set the timer so that the collar drops off just before the batteries run out and the collar stops transmitting. Additionally, the collars are attached with steel nuts and brass bolts that corrode in salt water, so the collar can fall off even if the release mechanism fails. Once they fall off, researchers can use GPS tracking to find the collar again (as long as it is in a discoverable location), download all the stored data, process it and send it out again.
Does it hurt the animals?
International protocols for the use of tracking devices on penguins are followed. We also only use materials that have been proven to be safe for penguins. The devices are attached to the lower back where they do not interfere with diving or swimming. Special straps are used to attach the devices to the feathers rather than the skin.
Are penguins friendly?
Since penguins are not afraid of people but also like to keep to themselves, they are neither friendly nor unfriendly to people. When people are calm and respect their space and avoid sudden or threatening movements, the penguins let their curiosity guide them and allow people to interact with them.
Will the penguins become extinct?
Arctic penguins, such as the emperor penguin in Antarctica, are at high risk of extinction in the next 30 to 40 years. That's because they rely on the Arctic's cold temperatures and ice caps, which are warming and melting as a result of climate change.
How do you track a penguin? (How do conservationists track penguins?)
Penguins are usually tracked using satellite transmitters located in small trailers between the animals' feathers. These trackers send signals to satellites and tell conservationists the exact location of the penguins so they can track the penguins' movements and patterns.
Can penguins fly?
No, penguins can't fly. They do have wings, but their bodies are too heavy for the wings to lift and carry them into the air. However, their wings are perfectly adapted to function like flippers in the freezing waters of the Arctic, making them skilled and fast swimmers.
Do penguins have teeth?
Although penguins use their mouths to catch and eat prey, they have no teeth and instead use their pointed beaks to hook and catch fish from the water. They then shred them using the tiny spines on their tongues and the roofs of their mouths.
Do penguins eat meat?
Yes, penguins are carnivores, meaning they eat only meat. As arctic animals that spend more than half of their time in the water, penguins feed primarily on fish, squid, krill and crustaceans.
Do penguins lay eggs?
Yes, penguins lay eggs. Some penguin species lay two eggs at a time, others only one. Once the egg is laid, the male penguin incubates it between his legs to keep it warm until it hatches.
Are penguins mammals?
Although penguins do not have all the characteristics of typical birds, as they live primarily in water and cannot fly, they are still considered birds and not mammals. This is because they fit the biological classification of birds as they are feathered, warm-blooded and egg-laying creatures.

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