Born Free 'keep wildlife in the wild' by WCRS

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Wildlife conservation charity Born Free has launched a campaign to highlight the fact that thousands of endangered animals are being forced away from their homes every month by deforestation, human expansion and poaching.

The ads feature images of animals sleeping rough on urban streets.

 

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Released: 28 April 2010

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Credits

Campaign title
Keep wildlife in the wild

Creatives
Steve Hawthorne and Katy Hopkins

Photographer
George Logan

 

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