These nimble little Australian woodland creatures’ population is so dire there are only 1000 left in the wild. Introduced species and loss of habitat have been the key reasons. Click here for more information.
Unique and endemic to Australia platypus are at home along forest creeks and riverbeds foraging for insects. But with the country suffering constant unseasonable bushfires and flooding their particular habitat is considerably impacted. Click here for more information.
We’re all feeling the effects of global warming and for the various penguin species in Antarctica its too obvious how their environment and ecosystem is and will be impacted by rising temperatures. Click here for more information.
Endemic to Indonesia, these giant lizards have a protected status but there are concerns that the hunting of its food source has effected its population. Click here for more information.
Here’s an idea – upcycle your Wildlife cards into a table ornament.
Apart from his distinctive visual style Kirby hits legendary status because his whole approach was more of a storyteller than someone who just drew pictures. There is theatre, drama, mood and action in all his panels and characters. The co-creator to many of Marvel’s enduring superheroes no wonder they call him the King. Long live Jack Kirby.
These sweet, gentle mermaids of the sea hopefully won’t be a forgotten species as their main source of food, sea grass, has been affected by industrial pollution and developments. Click here for more information.
This 1 metre long coral fish has been over-fished, mostly illegally, as they are considered a delicacy for pathetic, materialistic and vain people.
Small ground dwelling mammals found in lush Australian forests and woodlands. Their numbers were already affected by introduced animals but with abnormal fire seasons and flooding this has also impacted their survival.