The animal kingdom is at crisis point
Climate change, over development, farming, ocean plastic and big game hunting and poaching are driving thousands of species off the face of the earth.
PR Directors Hein and Richard Prinsloo Curson, in Johannesburg, have taken on the challenge to raise five billion pounds sterling using global initiatives to build the most technically advanced conservation facility ever conceived. Complete with pulse beam anti-aircraft technology to defend the animal population, from the ever-increasing technical arsenal employed by the modern poacher. The development will feature a national park, the world’s biggest aquarium, geodomes with artificial environments replicating Antarctica and The Amazon Rain Forest. It is to serve the same purpose as the famous biblical Noah’s Ark we all know; it is a boundless effort to stop Earth’s animals from being wiped out completely. The pair are calling on friends, colleagues, celebrities, politicians, scientists and experts to help make this necessity a reality and win the support of the world.
The team will be travel the world and lobbying the great and good of music to perform on a super single to help raise the funds needed to build Noah’s Ark. The whole Noah’s Ark team face the toughest challenges imaginable. Together they will attempt to put declining species back into numbers that will see their long-term survival, preserving today’s animal kingdom for tomorrow’s generations.
They will document every turn, every win, and inevitable loss of this journey in a new television series being filmed now as it happens to be broadcast world-wide. Follow the development to build the most advanced conservation park in Africa.
This is a ten-year project, to generate international attention and motivate the world to support Noah’s Ark; Saving animals from extinction.
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