Axolotls are only found in lake Xochimilco in Mexico City. They are the champions of regeneration in the animal kingdom as they can heal almost any type of injury, including brain injury. Their name literally means water dog, and they are believed to be the reincarnation the Aztec deity: Xolotl.



Even if they are the smallest of all canines, Fennec foxes have some of the largest ears in the animal kingdom, which helps them cool down during hot days. Everything in its biology seems to be adapted for life in the desert, including its efficient kidneys, that make it the only carnivore in the desert capable of living without free water.



Sumatran tigers are the smallest of the tiger species, yet, equally as majestic as any other tiger. These small tigers have their stripes more closely together than any other tiger species, which gives them superior camouflage abilities when compared to other tigers. They are biologically made to be the best spies in the jungle!
Sadly, there are only 500 individuals left of this graceful tiger.



White Rhinos are the second biggest land mammal on earth. They display very dominant behaviour with males violently protecting their territories and their females. White rhino conservation is a bittersweet subject: Only two females left in the population north of Africa, but with a dramatically increasing population on the south reaching more than 20.000 individuals!



Pangolins are impressive armored animals. Their scales can comprise 20% of their weight, which grants them protection from predators. They do not have teeth, so they digest their food with hard spines inside their stomach. Pangolins may be the most trafficked species on earth due to their cute appearance, their calm behavior and their “magical properties”.



The mating dance of the crane has been considered amongst the most beautiful dances in the bird world. Delicate and refined, it has inspired several cultures all over the world since recorded history. Different from all the other animals on our designs, the cranes are endangered not because of the hunt but because of the extensive use of pesticides, which has eliminated the insects on which these majestic birds feed on.