LE NUOVE BORSE LOQI IN COLLABORAZIONE CON IL NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC A € 10,90
Photo Ark by photographer Joel Sartore specializes in documenting endangered species. With your help we can take action to save charming, fierce and wonderful creatures: A revenue share of each sale of these zip pockets is donated to help further the work of National Geographic scientists, explorers and educators around the world.
Every bird a king. Noisy king penguins are calling, fighting, courting, it is the ultimate schoolyard uproar. Welcome to the casual chaos. Your tote bag for wild moments!
Absurdly long legs, knobby ankles, a snaky neck, an outsize beak and coloured brightest. Did you know the pink colour comes from aqueous bacteria and beta-carotene found in their food? If pink is your colour, this is your tote bag!
Talking tigers… first the good news. A female can birth 15 cubs in her lifetime, and there’s still enough habitat to support healthy populations.
Butterflies can see beyond the ultraviolet spectrum and their eyes consist of a network of 6000 lenses. Envision the colour palette through the lense of a butterlfy with this tote bag.
Victoria crowned pigeons are bluish-grey with elegant blue lace-like crests. One of three unique large, ground-dwelling pigeons, it is native to the Papua New Guinea. The name honours Queen Victoria. Your tote bag of choice for majestic moments!
The Guineafowl tote bag displays the animal´s beautiful plumage with black and cobalt blue feathers. The Guineafowl are from an ancient lineage resembling dinosaurs more than birds. Hundreds of birds split up perfectly into stable groups every day. How do they do that? It’s obviously not just about being smart.
Chameleons can quickly change their appearance in response to temperature, environment, and mood. When light hits a chameleon’s skin, the cells appear different colours depending on the mood of the animal. Discover the magic of this tote bag.
Short-eared owls emerge across the grasslands at twilight, the magical time when rarely seen creatures come out of the shadows. Catch this tote bag if you can!
AND AT THE END …… ZIP POCKETS !!
Here is why diversity and wildlife matter: Biodiversity produces the food we eat and the air we breathe. It filters our water, limits the spread of disease and maintains the climate. So the answer is simple – when we save biodiversity, we are actually saving ourselves.