With just 1 week until Halloween, don't miss this wild opportunity! Last Chance for a Wild Halloween
Last Chance to Wear It Wild
Halloween is just 6 days away! If you don't have a costume yet (or even if you do), we'd love to have you Wear It Wild with us and hundreds of other WWF supporters to help protect wildlife and nature!

It's easy to Wear It Wild.
  1. Dress up in your fiercest animal costume, print, or accessory for at least one day between October 30 and November 1.
  2. Roar into action by raising funds to protect endangered species and their homes.
You can even join together with your friends, family, students, college classmates, or coworkers for a team fundraiser. And don't forget to post your Wear It Wild outfits on social media with #wearitwild!

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Rhinoceros grazing
Donations made to your Wear It Wild page will help WWF protect iconic species like tigers, elephants, rhinos, and polar bears, as well as conserve wild places, and support local communities around the world.
Because Halloween is fun, but extinction is scary.

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By participating in WWF's #wearitwild campaign through the sharing of photos on social media sites (e.g., without limitation, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram), you grant WWF the right to display your photo and/or post on the #wearitwild webpage, at WWF's discretion, and represent that you have all rights necessary to grant that right, including without limitation all necessary copyrights and permissions of those featured. If your photo contains images of children under the age of 18, you specifically grant to WWF permission to use those images and represent that you have all necessary authority to grant such permission. If you have any questions about the use of these photos, please email us at socialmedia@wwfus.org.

Photo credits: models © Packshot/WWF-UK; Amur leopard © naturepl.com/Lynn M. Stone/WWF; giraffe © Martin Harvey/WWF; panda © naturepl/Edwin Giesbers/WWF; rhinoceros © naturepl.com/Mark Cowardine/WWF
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