Prince William collaborates with Angry Birds to raise wildlife conversation awareness
The Duke of Cambridge wants happy birds...
The Duke of Cambridge has announced that he will play host to a special Angry Birds tournament in order to raise awareness about the evils of poaching, with a specific focus on the endangered pangolin.
In a project titled 'Roll with the Pangolins' Prince William's new charitable addition to the Angry Birds game adds animated versions of the animals, who are cruelly hunted for their meat and scales throughout Asia and Africa.
"The humble pangolin, a scaly anteater, is one of the most endangered animals on the planet because of poaching," the 32-year-old Duke of Cambridge, said in a special video message, "The pangolin runs the risk of becoming extinct before most people have even heard of them."
Learn more about at William's new charitable incentive with United for Wildlife and Angry Birds below now:
'Roll with the Pangolins' starts today until November 24. To play, visit the Angry Bird Friends website here.