Endangered wildlife - conservation - environmental awareness posters

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I keep on creating these endangered animals/wildlife conservation poster series to try to bring awareness to what humankind has been doing to the amazing wildlife of this planet. The posters and all kinds of apparel are available in my RedBubble store: www.redbubble.com/people/12images My whole profit from any sales of these series goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their efforts to protect our oceans and marine wildlife.

Moira Risen | 12images | illustrations, landscapes, tales, nature
Indri – Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Sea Shepherd, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Lemur, Madagascar, Oceans, Survival, Posters, Art Prints

Indri

The critically endangered indri is one of the largest surviving lemurs, with a body length of around 70 cm and an avarege weight of around 7 kg. Individuals have variable fur coloration with patterns of grays, blacks and whites, prominent tufted black ears and it's the only lemur species

Ploughshare tortoise – Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Sea Shepherd, Western Coast, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Endangered Species, Madagascar, Oceans, Tortoise, Art Print

Ploughshare tortoise

The ploughshare tortoise - also known as angonoka - is Madagascar's largest tortoise, occurring only in one small area around Baly Bay on the western coast of the island. The species is severely endangered by illegal international pet trade: they are highly valued particularly by private c

Satanic leaf-tailed gecko – Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Satanic Leaf Tailed Gecko, Sea Shepherd, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Leaf Shapes, Madagascar, Oceans, Wildlife Photography, Habitats

Satanic leaf-tailed gecko

The satanic leaf-tailed gecko is one of the endemic Madagascan gecko species with an amazingly perfect camouflage: with their curved body, their leaf-shaped flat tail bearing individual notches and imperfections, and their color variations mimicking the shades of the decaying foliage of their natura

Verreaux’s sifaka – Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Different Types Of Forests, Sea Shepherd, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Lemur, Endangered Species, Madagascar, Oceans, Posters

Verreaux’s sifaka

The Verreaux's sifaka is one of the nine sifaka lemur spieces, all endemic to Madagascar. They inhabit different types of forests in the southwestern regions of the island. They are primarily arboreal - they can leap up to 10 m from one tree limb to the next - but they are also known for a

Pygmy leaf chameleon, dwarf chameleon, Brookesia minima, minute chameleon - Nosy Be Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Nosy Be Madagascar, Small Lizards, Sea Shepherd, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Dwarf, Chameleon, Oceans, Leaves

Pygmy leaf chameleon

The pygmy leaf chameleon (Brookesia minima) - a. k. a. minute leaf chameleon, Madagascan dwarf chameleon or Nosy Be pygmy leaf chameleon - with its total length of around 3.5 cm is considered currently the second smallest lizard known. As the taxonomy of the genus Brookesia changes continuously base

Malagasy comet moth - Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Large Moth, Moon Moth, Sea Shepherd, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Madagascar, Oceans, Wildlife Photography, Posters

Malagasy comet moth

The Malagasy comet moth - also known as moon moth - is probably one of the most beautiful lepidopterans; and with a wingspan of 20 cm it is definitely one of the largest moths. It's a dimorphic species: males have a lot longer tail while females have a bit rounder and broader wings. The

Malagasy sacred ibis - Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Sea Shepherd, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Endangered Species, Madagascar, Oceans, Habitats, Art Print, Posters

Malagasy sacred ibis

The Malagasy sacred ibis has evolved from the well known African sacred ibis - the bird that used to be considered the living incarnation of the ancient Egyptian god Toth. One of the two subspecies of the Malagasy sacred ibis is endemic to the west coastal region of Madagascar, inhabiting

Narrow-striped mongoose - Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Sea Shepherd, Poster Series, Animal Posters, Wildlife Conservation, Madagascar, Oceans, Mammals, Art Prints, Mongoose

Narrow-striped mongoose

The narrow-striped mongoose is a small carnivore endemic to Madagascar; the species can be found only in the dry deciduous forests of the Menabe region in the western part of the island. Narrow-striped mongooses are primarily insectivorous specialized on insect larvae, but occasionally the

Giraffe-necked weevil - Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Giraffe Neck, Sea Shepherd, Save Our Oceans, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Madagascar, Wildlife Photography, Art Print, Posters

Giraffe-necked weevil

The giraffe-necked weevil is a sexually dimorphic bug species that is endemic to the eastern rainforests of Madagascar - the characteristic, long neck of the males is the eponymous feature of the species. They can grow up to an inch in size; the body and the legs are black with vibrant red

Elephant bird - Madagascar endangered and extinct wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Bird Stand, Sea Shepherd, Flightless Bird, Extinct Animals, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Bird Species, Madagascar, Oceans

Elephant bird

Elephant birds were part of the now extinct Pleistocene megafauna that once lived on Madagascar. The largest known species of these giant flightless birds stood at least 3 meters high and weighed on average about 650 kg - that makes them the largest bird species ever lived on Earth. There'

Madame Berthe’s mouse lemur - Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Sea Shepherd, Save Our Oceans, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Lemur, Primates, Madagascar, Posters, Art Prints

Madame Berthe’s mouse lemur

The Madame Berthe's mouse lemur is the smallest primate in the world. This species was discovered only in 1992 and has a very limited distribution area in the dry deciduous forests of western Madagascar; it is endangered by the continuing rapid deforestation of the island.

Fossa - Madagascar endangered wildlife Available as poster and art print my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Sea Shepherd, Paws And Claws, Poster Series, Wildlife Conservation, Cat Paws, Lemur, Madagascar, Oceans, Predator

Fossa

The fossa is the largest carnivorous mammal and top predator on the island of Madagascar. At first glance, its remarkable features make this animal look like some weird mix of a cat (paws and claws), a monkey (long tail) and a weasel (head and small round ears) - in fact the closest relatives of the

The Western black rhino – doomed to extinction Western Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros, Extinct Animals, Rhino Species, Sumatran Rhino, African Rhino, Baby Rhino, Sea Shepherd

Western black rhinoceros

Western black rhinoceros - was once widespread in the savanna of sub-Saharan Africa, but its numbers rapidly declined in the 20th century due to poaching. The subspecies was officially declared extinct in 2011.The original design was made primarily for being printed as a poster, but you ca

The Steller’s sea cow – the last of the Pleistocene megafauna Extinct And Endangered Animals, Mammals, Steller's Sea Cow, Herbivorous Animals, Fat Furs, Keystone Species, Amur Leopard, Animal Posters, Fur Trade

Steller’s sea cow

Steller's sea cow - was a sirenian, discovered by Europeans in 1741 around the Commander Islands in the Bering Sea. Within twenty-seven years of discovery by Europeans, the slow-moving and easily caught mammal was hunted into extinction for its meat, fat, and hide...The original design was

The Siamese bala shark – a victim of aquarium trade Extinct And Endangered Animals, Endangered Species, Shark Show, Habitat Destruction, Shark Art, Sea Shepherd, Animal Posters, Wildlife Conservation

Siamese bala shark

Siamese bala shark - is a probably extinct freshwater fish that was endemic to two Thailand river basins. There were no recorded sightings of the species for more than 3 decades; the reasons of the extinction are overfishing for international aquarium trade and extensive habitat destruction:

Pyrenean ibex Diceros bicornis longipes Africa savanna Cameroon poaching rhino horn extinct IUCN red list poster Available as poster, art print and on products, my whole profit goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to protect our oceans. Sea Shepherd, 12 Image, Extinct Animals, Poster Series, Animal Posters, Wildlife Conservation, Middle Ages, Oceans

Pyrenean ibex

Pyrenean ibex - or bucardo was one of the four subspecies of the Spanish ibex or Iberian wild goat, a species endemic to the Iberian Peninsula. In the Middle Ages they were abundant in the Pyrenees region, but their population decreased rapidly in the 19th and 20th centuries due to hunting p

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