Australian animal activists have taken a new approach towards conservationism by gathering ‘signatures’ from all furry, scaly, and feathery animals to protect elephants in Thailand. Animals of all walks of life dipped their talons, paws, hooves, and flipper into animal-friendly paint and provided their stamp of approval at the Taronga Zoo in Australia. As of recently, the project has gathered over 4,000 critter signatures over the course of a few weeks.