Apthapi the Tapir

Apthapi

Age

Born 2016

Sex

Male

Monthly maintenance cost

$150 USD

Species

Tapirus terrestris

Apthapi's story

Apthapi arrived at La Senda Verde with 8-10 months of age along with a female deer of the same age. They came from a confiscation performed by the Forestry and Environment Police (POFOMA) in Palos Blancos, North of La Paz. The tapir is the largest mammal in South America. They are known to be the “gardeners of the forest” because they are nutrient recyclers. They are excellent swimmers.

Apthapi the Tapir slideshow

Tropical Trivia Tapir

Adopt Apthapi

In your hands - 100% Coverage- $150 Monthly

Cover the complete maintenance expenses of Apthapi. Paid monthly, for one year. This plan is ideal for anyone that wants to fully cover an animal.

In two hands - 50% Coverage - $75 Monthly

Cover half the maintenance expenses of Apthapi, paid monthly for one year. The other half will be available to other potential adoptive parents. Great plan if you love Apthapi and wish to adopt him but can’t cover the full expense.

In four hands - 25% Coverage - $38 Monthly

Cover one fourth the maintenance expenses of Apthapi, paid monthly for one year. The other three fourths will be available to other potential adoptive parents. Great plan if you love Apthapi and wish to adopt him but can’t cover the full expense.

Adoption perks

Connection

We will prepare a monthly personalized report about your beloved animal with photos & videos so you stay in touch with him/her.

Visit

Who loves me gives you the possibility to visit your adopted animal in real life if you decide to come visit us.

Certificate

Beautiful digital certificate with your name, your loved animal and period covered. For you to print and show everyone you care.

Guarantee

Who loves me guarantees that 100% of your monthly donation is used in the care of the animal and is 100% ecological

Apthapi is being loved by

No current donors

Apthapi has currently no adoptive parents. He is getting everything he needs. Adopting him will allow us to economically leave him in your hands and the funds used to maintain him will be invested in better housing for him and for other new incoming animals.

To adopt Apthapi fill out this formulaire