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WWF Explore!

Take a journey with WWF Explore

Take a journey with WWF Explore

WWF Explore!

by World Wildlife Fund
WWF Explore!
WWF Explore!
WWF Explore!

What is it about?

Take a journey with WWF Explore! The app combines exciting animation and entertaining stories to highlight the places, species and people WWF works to protect. Follow a group of four students and their teacher as they journey to five of the world’s most ecologically diverse regions—Africa, Amazon, Arctic, China and Himalayas—with interactive scenes that bring each spot’s biodiversity to life.

WWF Explore!

App Details

Version
1.1.1
Rating
(13)
Size
552Mb
Genre
Books Education
Last updated
July 10, 2015
Release date
April 22, 2015
More info

WWF Explore! is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $0.99

    Africa Expedition

  • $0.99

    Himalayas Expedition

  • $0.99

    Arctic Expedition

App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Take a journey with WWF Explore! The app combines exciting animation and entertaining stories to highlight the places, species and people WWF works to protect. Follow a group of four students and their teacher as they journey to five of the world’s most ecologically diverse regions—Africa, Amazon, Arctic, China and Himalayas—with interactive scenes that bring each spot’s biodiversity to life.

Features

• Interactive expeditions featuring endangered animals and the places they call home.
• Detailed species information with photos and illustrations in the form of “journal entries.”
• A keepsake photo gallery of the animals spotted along the way.

About World Wildlife Fund

For 50 years, WWF’s mission has been to create a future in which people live in harmony with nature. A core part of that mission is saving wildlife from threats like poaching, habitat loss and overuse of natural resources. This important work doesn’t just help wild animals; it also contributes to people’s health and well-being. By conserving species and their habitats, we can also help to ensure we have a thriving, healthy planet with forests that slow climate change and oceans that provide more than one-sixth of the world’s food.