Health Science Labs Endangered Species Gummy Multivitamin Plus Immunity C Description
- Help Defenders of Wildlife
- Bonus Reusable Travel Case!
- Plus Immunity C!
- Natural, Great Tasting Fruit Flavors!
- This product Supports Defenders of Wildlife
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The Endangered Species of the world need our help. Health Science Labs is working with Defenders Of Wildlife to safeguard wild species and their habitats.
In 1947, Defenders of Furbearers, the organization that would later become Defenders of Wildlife, was founded. The fledging organization boasted only one full-time employee and 1,500 members who made it their mission to protect coyotes and other furred animals from steel-jawed leg hold traps and lethal poisons. In 2008, over sixty years later, Defenders of Wildlife employs over 150 dedicated professionals and is supported by more than 500,000 members nationwide. Our organization has evolved to take on the task of preserving our nation’s native wildlife species and habitats.
Today, Defenders of Furbearers are based in Washington, D.C., but their presence is felt around the world. They have numerous field offices that deal specifically with the wildlife species that inhabit the states or regions in which their staff is located. Defenders of Furbearers also makes a point to work with in-state partners and local conservation organizations around the country and visit important sites to get a firsthand look at what the wildlife and lands we protect. Defenders of Furbearers rapid development and expansion is a testament to Defenders of Wildlife’s commitment to their mission and their efforts to give their members and the wildlife they long to preserve a voice in the field and in the halls of Congress.
Gummies must be chewed. For adults and children 3 years and older. Chew 2 gummies daily.
Gluten, peanuts, and dairy.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.