Egg Adopt NFT Collection

The mission of this NFT Collection is to bring awareness to animal conservation.

Which egg will you adopt?

Eggs symbolize new life and rebirth. They are magical enclosures containing life that offer hope to the world. Eggs require another life to provide warmth and attention for them to hatch, which to us means that all life is connected. These Eggs represent the new generation of life, which will live on forever and tell future generations what their owners wanted to convey about themselves. Each egg contains a brief description with character traits and an interesting fact about the animal. What will your egg represent? Twenty percent of all proceeds will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), a nonprofit with more than 50 years of experience with "a mission to conserve nature and reduce the most pressing threats to the diversity of life on Earth." The WWF is the world's leading conservation organization reaching 100 countries and is supported by almost 5 million members globally.

Adopt an egg today and help support animal conservation!

Egg Adopt #1

Green Peafowl: Endangered

Meet Vivian. This happy little peacock loves singing songs. She's very friendly to people she meets, but can have trouble in some situations. She has trouble understanding the difference between seriousness and playing leading to some accidental problems occurring.

Fact: Peacocks are polygamous.

Egg Adopt #2

Smooth Green Snake: Least Concern

Meet Nico. This totally tubular snake was born quite recently and he's already very energetic. You can see this little guy skating around the city happily. His main flaw is that he can be a bit non compassionate at times, and may come off as rude when talking to people. He doesn't really notice his rudeness though since he just thinks he is having fun.

Fact: They are endangered in certain areas:

Connecticut Endangered Reptiles

Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture

Egg Adopt #3

Andean Flamingo: Vulnerable

Pinky is a very sweet flamingo who has gone against her environment. She loves anything winter related, which is why she seems so strange to the others who live near her beach. She seems to always be cold, even in her extremely warm setting. She loves to drink coffee, eat chocolate frosted donuts and eat any other dessert-like foods.

Fact: A flamingo's nest looks like a mini mud volcano with room for one large egg.

Egg Adopt #4

Pygmy Raccoon: Critically Endangered

Meet Al.

Fact: Baby raccoons can sound like human babies when they are in distress.

Egg Adopt #5

Somali Ostrich: Vulnerable

Meet Elizabeth! She's a young ostrich who absolutely loves history. She's a big fan of the 1920s and is constantly dressing up in the fashion. Elizabeth says she has an "old soul" and is always asking Robert to tell her stories of how it was back then. She may be a bit annoying sometimes though, always asking for stories in a stubborn manner.

Fact: Ostriches lay the largest eggs in the world!

Egg Adopt #6

Koala: Vulnerable


Fact: Koalas are not bears. They are marsupials. Female koalas have pouches just like kangaroos, where they carry their offspring.

Egg Adopt #7

Bald Eagle: Least Concern


Fact: Bald Eagles are believed to mate for life. They are not actually bald. The word bald comes from the Old English word balde or piebald meaning white-headed or marked with white.

Removed from the list of Threatened and Endangered Species on August 9, 2007!

Egg Adopt #8

Thorny Seahorse: Vulnerable

Meet Johnny. Don't let this seahorse's look fool you. He's actually a huge sweetheart. Johnny is extremely kind to others and is generally a very friendly little guy. He tries not to let his interests get in the way with his attitude.

Fact: Male seahorses carry the eggs in their pouches. They are monogamous and mate for life.

Egg Adopt #9

Seychelles Sheath-tailed Bat: Critically Endangered

Meet Steam! Steam is a bat with an energetic attitude. He loves flying around in the cave he is from. One of his main hobbies is climbing up the cave walls and onto the roof where he jumps off and takes flight. He's a bit chubby, so he cannot take flight from the ground, which is why he climbs. Despite his energy, Steam is very antisocial and prefers not to speak with others. He's also a good friend of Caesar which is strange since Caesar usually just looks down on everyone.

Fact: Bats are considered the only known mammals capable of true flight. The Seychelles Sheath-tailed Bat currently ranks the fifth rarest creature on earth.

Egg Adopt #10

Rusty Patched Bumble Bee: Critically Endangered


A queen bee can lay up to 2000 eggs a day.

Fact: Workers bees are all female. The queen emits pheromones to prevent worker bees from laying eggs of their own. Male bees are called drones. Only female bees have stingers.

Egg Adopt #11

Monarch Butterfly: Least Concern

Meet Ramona. She's an energetic festive butterfly who loves parties. She's very extraverted and is rarely ever tired. She's good friends with Ron and Vivian, Vivian and her usually go to karaoke parties together. Ramona would always be singing a festive song, even if the holiday is not even close to now. As friendly as she is, Ramona is very stubborn and sticks with her opinion no matter what.

Fact: Monarch butterflies secrete a small amount of glue to attach their eggs to the plant. They lay between 300 and 500 eggs in two to five weeks.

The monarch is currently slated to be listed under the federal Endangered Species Act in the year 2024.

Egg Adopt #12

Andean Mountain Cat: Endangered

Meet Ron. Ron is a gray cat with a lazy personality. He's made fun of by Caesar for how non-special his appearance is, but insults don't ever affect him. Ron is also from the mountains, but he has always wanted to go to a beach and sail on a boat. He has his own little boat collection at home. He's a good friend of Ramona.

Fact: This cat is one of the rarest and least known cats in the world. They live in the Andes Mountains and Patagonian steppe. There has only been a few sightings and they are referred by the locals as "huana titi," which means "the cat from dry places."

Egg Adopt #13

American Crocodile: Vulnerable

The temperature of the nest where the eggs are laid determine the sex of the baby crocodile.


Fact: The American crocodile builds its nest inside holes or in mounds of sand. The sex of the embryos is determined by the temperature at which the eggs are incubated (88-91 ℉ = male, 82-88 ℉ = female). Females lay from 20 to 60 eggs per clutch.

Egg Adopt #14

Sumatran Elephant: Critically Endangered

Meet Mimi! Mimi is a friendly caring little elephant. She's extremely compassionate and will not hesitate to protect someone no matter what. As little as she is, she makes up the height with her big heart. (CONTINUE)

An elephant the size of a mouse!

Fact: The Sumatran Elephant is the smallest subspecies of the Asian Elephant. They sings duets for bonding and mating. They mate every 2 years.

Egg Adopt #15

Griffin: Mythological Creature

Meet Caesar. Caesar is a conceited little griffin who's quite snobbish. He's constantly making fun of others, especially Joel, and only cares about himself. Still, this is all in good faith, as he is just a baby.

Fact: Griffins have the body, tail, and back legs of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle. They are known for guarding treasures or other priceless possessions within the world of mythology, storytelling and fantasy.

Egg Adopt #16

Immortal Jellyfish: Not Endangered

Meet Bubbles! She's a friendly jellyfish who just loves music. She spends all day listening to different songs on her MP3 player. Bubbles also really likes video games, although she seems to be very fond of arcade games. She will always try to get to the arcade whenever she can. She's really good friends with Robert and they share music with each other or play games.

Fact: Jellyfish are not fish. They are actually plankton. The immortal jellyfish can change back to the immature polyp stage after growing into a mature adult making it immortal.

Egg Adopt #17

Black-legged Kittiwake: Vulnerable

Meet Julio! This little seagull's egg was covered in little dots, this makes him a bit of a celebrity to the others. He tries not to let the fame get to him as he is quite humble. Still, some are very jealous of him because of his unique egg style. Caesar is constantly treating him rudely, but unlike the others, Julio usually stands up for himself.

Fact: The Black-legged Kittiwake is named because of its high-pitch call, that sounds like 'kittee-wa-aaake, kitte-wa-aaake'

Egg Adopt #18

Green Turtle: Endangered


Fact: The Green Turtle is named due to the layer of green fat located under its shell. People believe that the green color is due to their vegetable diet of seagrass and seaweed.

Egg Adopt #19

Galapagos Penguin: Endangered


Fact: The Galapagos Penguin is the second smallest penguin in the world. The smallest penguin is the Little Blue Penguin.

Egg Adopt #20

Trumpeter Swan: Least Concern

Based on the Ugly Duckling story.


Fact: The Trumpeter Swan used to be endangered and is now listed as least concern!

Egg Adopt #21

Sunda Tiger: Critically Endangered

Meet Robert! Robert is an old Sunda tiger who still finds more current things enjoyable. He loves video games and any other thing that "youngsters" like. He tries really hard to be cool like them. Unlike most people around his age who complain about videogames and music, Robert absolutely loves them. He's a good friend of Bubbles.

Fact: According to the WWF, there is an estimate of fewer than 400 Sudan Tigers today.

Egg Adopt #22

Vaquita: Critically Endangered

Fact: The Vaquita is the world's rarest marine animal. There are only 10 of them.


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