Meet the ‘On The EDGE Conservation’ animal vloggers!

Check out their YouTube channel below...

On The EDGE Conservation (OTEC) is a foundation that’s all about celebrating nature’s most weird-and-wonderful species.

That’s why they have just launched three playful animal vloggers: Lexi the aye-aye, Eric the pangolin and Tegan the kakapo. They have a YouTube channel and can also be found on social media, where they share their highs, lows, successes and slip-ups — with plenty of laughs along the way. We hope you’ll love getting to know them!

All three of the vloggers are lesser-known EDGE species: that means they’re evolutionarily distinct and globally endangered. So they’re very excited to have their platforms to tell you all about themselves, and share what makes them special!

Lexi — an aye-aye from Madagascar — is a superstar DJ in the making who loves fashion and LOVES to dance. She is friends with a free-spirited kakapo called Tegan — who’s passionate about acting, rollerskating and living her best life — and Eric the activist pangolin, who’s all about facts, facts, facts!

You can watch Eric the pangolin at the top of this page!

Find out more here!

On The EDGE YouTube Channel

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