A peaceful animal that travels in family groups, the Cross River gorilla is typically found in the forests of the Cameroon Highlands, which spans the borders of Nigeria and Cameroon. These herbivores are the most threatened subspecies of the African apes, with roughly 200 to 300 estimated to be living in the wild due to factors like hunting, loss of genetic diversity, and habitat loss.
Native to the Malayan peninsula and the southern tip of Thailand, the Malayan tiger lives in dense, tropical forests. These solitary creatures are largely nocturnal, and spend most of their days sleeping, traveling across their territories, or relaxing in shallow bodies of water to take the edge off the hot, humid rainforest temperatures. Unfortunately, only 150 are estimated to be living in the wild due to factors like trophy hunting, poaching, biodiversity loss, and deforestation.
The Amur Leopard is the only big cat that can live in both extreme hot and cool climates, which is reflected by juxtaposing crisp notes like rosemary and apple with warm amber as a nod to its adaptable nature. Heady leather woods pay homage to its strong, solitary, and territorial temperament, while tonka bean rounds out the scent, creating a soft element.
The Javan rhino is the most threatened of the five rhino species - with only 75 thought to be left in existence - due to factors like poaching, natural catastrophes, and habitat loss. Once found throughout all of Southeast Asia, the Javan Rhino has lived exclusively in Java, Indonesia since 2010 when the last living Rhino in Vietnam was poached. This solitary creature feeds on leaves, soft shoots, or fruits of high-growing woody plants.
Paying homage to the tropical forests the saola calls home, the scent opens with a burst of juicy pineapple, balanced by lush, leafy greens. Peach skin and jasmine sambac add a touch of fruity-floral whimsy, while sugared musk and patchouli create warmth with an air of mystery.
Like a cool breeze lapping at the waves dancing across the North Atlantic, the scent opens with invigorating fresh air accord, as sparkling mandarin creates a vibrant, energetic twist. Marine notes and sea greens mingle, adding a verdant, aquatic element, while white patchouli and salted musk ground the refreshing blend.
Just like the playful creature that shares its name, Red Panda opens with an energetic blend of blackcurrant and bamboo. Its soft, cuddly nature is mirrored by warm elements like vanilla orchid and sandalwood, while jasmine petals give the fragrance a spirited vibe.
Typically found in the shallow waters of Mexico’s Gulf of California, the shy and elusive Vaquita is the only species of porpoise that lives in warm waters. Sadly, the world’s smallest porpoise is also the most endangered marine mammal on earth. Only 10 are estimated to be living in the wild.
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