Australia Zoo, home of the Irwin family, is launching an NFT project to protect wildlife. In partnership with Meadow Labs, this amazing wildlife themed NFT collection will live on Algorand, the carbon negative blockchain.
In honor of 20 years of Wildlife Warriors, the project will feature a number of NFT drops. These drops focus on another animal from the Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors.
Australia Zoo’s NFT collection will help protect threatened and endangered animals.
Founded in 2002 by legendary animal expert Steve Irwin and his wife Terri, Wildlife Warriors is an animal welfare organization. His main goal is to involve and educate others in rescuing injured and threatened wildlife. In addition, all money from the NFT collection goes to Australia Zoo and Wildlife Warriors.
Australia Zoo’s Robert Irwin said: “At Australia Zoo we are always open to new ways that can help continue our Wildlife Warriors mission. Any innovation that can support our conservation efforts, especially one that shares our vision of protecting the planet, is something we’re happy to support. This green chain and new technology allow us to keep fighting.”
Also, it’s great to see Australia Zoo using NFTs to help animals. Also, they fit perfectly in the NFT space with many animal PFP projects in the Web3 space. In fact, many large NFT projects also help animal welfare organizations, helping them with donations, events, and more.