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Chrissie Hynde is the lead singer of the band The Pretenders and is a dedicated activist, also supporting charities including People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and Greenpeace.
Suzi is a professional, award-winning wildlife photographer, well known for her unprecedented work documenting the family life of wild animals. Talking about her support for SOS, Suzi said: “I’m thrilled to be a Patron of the Sumatran Orangutan Society. It is one of those small, grassroots charities that I really believe in. They are doing real work on the ground that I have witnessed with my own eyes. I am so impressed by the organisation’s ability to use its resources wisely and have such a broad reach.”
Find out more about Suzi and view her stunning portfolio of wildlife images from around the world at: http://www.suzieszterhas.com/
Biritish actor Dominic Monaghan, who has appeared in Lost, Lord of the Rings and most recently stars in and produces the wildlife documentary Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan says:
“The similarities we share with the orangutan are profound. We can see ourselves in their eyes. The pledge to save them is a pledge to save ourselves.”
Brian Blessed, who is one of the country’s best known and well loved actors, says:
“We are guardians of this planet. Having had the privilege of seeing wild orangutans, I am steadfast in my belief that we must do all that we can to protect these magnificent creatures. I’m quite convinced we will win the day”.
Michael Cooper is a talented sculptor of wildlife figures, working in a variety of materials including marble, stone and bronze. Michael has exhibited at a wide variety of venues including Jersey and London Zoos, the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and The Royal Academy, as well as with many private galleries.
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