Prince William recruits Angry Birds to protect wildlife

Britain's Prince William gives a speech at a reception for the Illegal Wildlife Trade conference in London on February 12, 2014Prince William teamed up with the makers of Angry Birds to release a new game on Monday that will highlight the dangers of illegal poaching for animal species from elephants to anteaters. These magnificent creatures will die out in the wild during my lifetime if we do not take notice now," he said in a recorded message. It will be available to an estimated 200 million Angry Birds players worldwide and Monday marks the start of a week-long tournament in the game. The prince, whose charity United for Wildlife is organising the initiative along with Angry Birds makers Rovio Entertainment, urged players to come together to "save magnificent creatures".


November 17, 2014 2:35 am

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