Wanna Save Endangered Animals? Download This App And Take Selfies With Them

The Safari Central app lets you interact with augmented reality versions of protected animals right in your own environment. A new mobile app is giving animal conservation a wild new look. Safari Central, developed by Internet of Elephants, allows you to interact with virtual versions of endangered animals right in your own environment. The app features six real-life studied by conservation partners – an elephant, grizzly bear, jaguar, black rhino, lemur, and its most popular animal, a pangolin named “Rockstar”. The app also allows you to share photos on social media and to learn about the animals’ real relatives and how to protect them. In-app payments go directly toward conservation initiatives. In the past 40 years, the world has lost 50% of its wildlife. IOE hopes the app will make people care more about decreasing populations.

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