Endangered Species Nr. 2: The World Map – Art Poster
Endangered Species Nr. 2: The World Map – Art Poster
Endangered Species Nr. 2: The World Map – Art Poster
Endangered Species Nr. 2: The World Map – Art Poster

Endangered Species Nr. 2: The World Map – Art Poster

28.00 CHF

The unique artwork of "Endangeres Species - The World Map" is also available as a large (116 x 85 cm), high-quality Art Poster. Discover over 380 endangered species and learn about their natural distribution. For each purchase, 1.00 CHF will be donated to Conservation International and therefore directly supports the preservation of biodiversity.

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Element 2

High-quality poster with over 380 animal species.

Element 1

9 artists worked on different parts of the map, each bringing their own, unique style to the puzzle.

Element 5

Produced from FSC certified paper; 100% carbon neutral.

0.25 kg


116 x 85 cm


High quality art poster (250 gsm thick) with a precise print, rolled and prepacked.


English, German, French and Spanish all in one


FSC certified, 100% Carbon neutral


Emily Ormerod, Gaia Sorrentino, Johanna Tarkela, Michelle Airlie, Nicole Bueckert, Nina Pommelin, Rozenn Grosjean, Victor Sales, Yaiza Ahsen Deserio


Made in Germany, Designed in Switzerland


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A world map fully dedicated to Endangered Species

“Endangered Species – The World Map“ is a truly unique work of art created to highlight the problem of biodiversity loss on our planet. To fulfill our vision, 9 talented artists gave their best to include as many details as possible on the world map. Discover over 380 animal species in their natural habitat and within their distribution range. 70% of the animal species included are "Endangered" or "Critically Endangered" according to the IUCN Red List. 

Conservation International

For over thirty years, Conservation International has been fighting to protect nature for people. They work to secure the critical benefits that nature provides to humanity. Combining fieldwork with innovations in science, policy, and finance, they have helped protect more than 6 million square kilometers (2.3 million square miles) of land and sea across more than 70 countries. But they couldn't have made it this far without supporters. Each purchase of “Endangered Species – The World Map” (Jigsaw Puzzle and Poster) supports their work to protect nature for the benefit of us all.

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Thank you to all backers

"Endangered Species - The World Map" is not only the creation of our team, but also

to a significant extent the work of 609 wonderful people

that supported us on Kickstarter.