Found across Asia and Africa, pangolins are the world’s most trafficked mammal
Image: Gregg Yan | Creative Commons

Introduction

The competition closed 2 March 2021. Be into win one of five prizes by watching a quick 4 minute video, finding out what CITES is, and doing a quick questionnaire.

This competition closed 2 March 2021

Who can enter

Anyone in New Zealand can enter. But the prize packs are aimed at 13 years of age and over.

If you’re under 12 years old, your parent or guardian needs to be asked before you enter the competition.

Only those living in New Zealand can win a prize pack.

What will be in the questionnaire

The questions will be about CITES and the video about protected pangolins. CITES means Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.

Explanation of CITES and New Zealand.

This video may be distressing to some. It includes imagery of dead animals.

Watch a 3 minute video about protected pangolins.

Prizes

By completing the questionnaire you’ll go into win one of five wildlife themed prize packs. Each prize pack is worth around $150 dollars each.

Each prize pack includes:

  • Wildlife book – Illustration of Animals by DK Animal The Definitive Visual Guide Ed. D. Burnie. 2017 Edition hardback
  • BBC Earth (DVD) – Earth From Space
  • 2021 International Wildlife Calendar
  • DOC Nature Trivia card pack
  • Mini Guide to identification of NZ Native Trees – Andrew Crowe

How to enter

The competition closed 2 March 2021.

What happens next

On World Wildlife Day, 3 March 2021, we’ll pick five people that completed the questionnaire and give each of them a prize. We’ll contact you by email if you’re a winner.

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for World Wildlife Day competition 2021.

Contact

Contact us if you have questions about the competition.

Email: worldwildlifeday@doc.govt.nz

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