South African National Parks (SANParks) says it's working to correct a series of errors on it's collectable animal cards.
Pick n Pay recently launched its Super Animals campaign in partnership with SANParks where shoppers earn cards displaying different indigenous animals.
Both the organisation and retailer have apologised for errors such as the steenbok card which shows a picture of the European Alpine ibex, while the 39cm Arctic tern bird weighs 125 kilogrammes.
This really happened at the point of printing. We must actually thank the public for alerting us and we are working on rectifying the error together with our partners Pick n Pay. We jointly take responsibility.— Reynold Thakhuli, SANParks spokesperson
We are engaging with Pick n Pay in term of ensuring that there is a proper verification going forward and we will be sending out a statement in terms of when people can start coming to swap the erratic cards for the correct ones.— Reynold Thakhuli, SANParks spokesperson
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