Abel Vazquez and Melva Medina collaborated as guest artists in the artistic framework that was developed in 2009, at the World Wildlife Congress.
A sculptural figure of a jaguar was the symbol of the congress; This symbol was the canvas for artists of trajectory, to capture their art in them. Later these pieces were donated by the artists to be auctioned and help (with the funds raised) the actions of conservation and protection of the wild fauna.
Their collaboration was also recognized at the closure of the event, where different body paint pieces were performed with the participation of 15 artists.
15 photographers from the National Geographic, carried out a collaborative work, obtaining high quality photographic images, which were also auctioned to benefit the same cause.