brendan wenzel

brendan wenzel

The LION-TAILED MACAQUE is an endangered species of Old World Monkey found in Southwestern India. Unlike many other species of macaque they avoid humans. Their population has decreased due to loss of the tropical moist evergreen forests they call home. (by Brendan Wenzel)

The LION-TAILED MACAQUE is an endangered species of Old World Monkey found in Southwestern India. Unlike many other species of macaque they avoid humans. Their population has decreased due to loss of the tropical moist evergreen forests they call home. (by Brendan Wenzel)

oiseau

oiseau

BRENDAN WENZEL / ILLUSTRATION | New work • Prints • and more from NY based Artist / Illustrator Brendan Wenzel.

BRENDAN WENZEL / ILLUSTRATION | New work • Prints • and more from NY based Artist / Illustrator Brendan Wenzel.

lindo

lindo

The CRESTED BLACK MACAQUE • Brendan Wenzel  || This critically endangered species of Old world monkey is found only on the  Indonesian island of Sulawesi.

The CRESTED BLACK MACAQUE • Brendan Wenzel || This critically endangered species of Old world monkey is found only on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.

The BINTURONG • Brendan Wenzel  || This vulnerable species carnivorous nocturnal mammal is found in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The BINTURONG • Brendan Wenzel || This vulnerable species carnivorous nocturnal mammal is found in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam.

BRENDAN WENZEL / ILLUSTRATION | New work • Prints • and more from NY based Artist / Illustrator Brendan Wenzel.

BRENDAN WENZEL / ILLUSTRATION | New work • Prints • and more from NY based Artist / Illustrator Brendan Wenzel.

The GHARIAL • Brendan Wenzel  || This critically endangered fish-eating crocodilian once inhabited rivers across the Indian subcontinent  but can now only be found in India and Nepal.

The GHARIAL • Brendan Wenzel || This critically endangered fish-eating crocodilian once inhabited rivers across the Indian subcontinent but can now only be found in India and Nepal.

shark

shark

Pinterest
Keresés