Giving Back


Dodoland,the company behind all the EUGY's, is donating 10% of net sales profit of the specific EUGY animals to their direct partners. 

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Helping spread awareness about leopard 

seals, a New zealand resident

Although we know leopard seals as an apex predator in the ocean, there is still a lot of research to be done about these fascinating species. is a non-profit organisation based in New Zealand, that work tirelessly towards leopard seal research and advocacy. One of their most notable works have been changing leopard seals' status from 'Migrant' to 'Resident', meaning they are now a protected species in New Zealand through legislation! 

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Rescuing orphaned baby elephants 

and affording them a future

However, having roamed the wild for 15 million years, today, this iconic species faces the biggest threats to its survival due to ivory poaching, human-wildlife conflict, and habitat destruction. Best known for their work to protect elephants, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust operates the most successful orphan elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world. But they do much more than this.

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Saving primates from the threats and 

educating children for the future.

Ape Action Africa is passionate about great ape conservation in Cameroon. Their mission is to address the immediate threats faced by gorillas and chimps in Africa and to work with communities to develop long term solutions to ensure their survival in the wild.

Ape Action Africa rescues orphaned and injured gorillas, chimpanzees, and monkeys, and works around the clock in Cameroon's Mefou primate sanctuary to give them urgent veterinary care and nourishment.

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Helping protect our highly intelligent and

sociable Orca.

The Orca Research Trust is run by world-renown orca expert, Dr Ingrid Visser, helping keep orca stay in their natural habitats, through research, advocacy, and education.

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Dinosaur-aged sea turtles now

endangered. We're here to help!

Unfortunately, all seven sub-species of sea turtles are in endangered status, with some even in threatened status. We've partnered up with the Sea Turtle Foundation, a non-profit organisation that helps the species through Research, Education, and Action.

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Helping rehabilitate injured Kororā,

the world's smallest Penguin.

Unfortunately, their population is declining due to being caught in set nets, boat strikes, and the threat of predators such as dogs, cats, ferrets, and stoats. Wellington Zoo is based in New Zealand's capital city and is a conservation zoo that runs an on-site animal hospital, The Nest Te Kōhanga, rehabilitating animals in need. 

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Only a few thousand Kea remain.

Let's help them now!

Unfortunately, they are now an endangered species with approximately 5,000 remaining in the wild. Kea Conservation Trust works to support kea by identifying threats and reducing their impact on wild kea populations and advocating for best practice husbandry standards of kea held in captive facilities.

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Facing threat of extinction,

Tasmanian devils need help!

Tasmanian devils' existence has been under threat due to a widespread transmissible cancer called the Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). Save the Tasmanian Devil Program Appeal was established as a direct response to the fatal DFTD. Some of their other work includes mitigating roadkill risks and breeding the devils to genetically diversify the species.

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Helping Australia's iconic bird,

the emu, and its environment.

While emus can still be seen running at legendary speeds across the country’s vast centre, many lesser known Australian native mammals that reside in the outback are threatened due to predators and droughts. Arid Recovery is reintroducing lost species like bilbies, bandicoots and quolls back into the arid zone and developing the science to tackle feral cats.

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Developing technologies for saving

endangered Northern White Rhino.

The BioRescue project is contributing scientific and veterinary expertise to the Northern White Rhino rescue mission. However, progress in research alone is not enough to prevent the extinction of these charismatic and important creatures. Well-coordinated cooperation of many committed partners in politics, nature conservation, economy and civil society is needed to give them a future. With your help the rescue mission can be a success!

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there is no greater disability than the 

 inability to see more in human being.

A life of one's own - it's a simple human need.

For many of us, it's a given. But for thousands of New Zealanders living with disability, it's something that can only be achieved with support. Spectrum Care is now a leading provider of services for New Zealanders who live with disability. Spectrum Care has been helping identify the unique potential in every one of the people they support, then lend a hand to help them realise it for the last twenty-five years.

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A safe haven for threatened and

endangered trees.

Our partner, the National Arboretum of NZ protects and ensures species security for the 81 countries the collection currently represents. They endeavor to position the Arboretum to be able to react when requested in the inevitable increase of rare and threatened trees not currently found within the collection and from those geographic locations not currently represented within our Arboretum.

Giving back is our mission

  Over 10% for our animals, environment and communities