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Endangered Species • Fine Art Drawings

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2012 - 2013 series

2012 - 2013 series

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  • 1. Black Rhino - Charcoal drawing on 9”x12” paper Critically Endangered Population 4,848 in south-western Africa, as of 2012. Officially announced extinct in August 2013. Their main threat was illegal poaching for their horns. Endangered Species
  • 2. Charcoal Drawing Process Endangered Species
  • 3. South China Tiger - Charcoal drawing on 9”x12” paper Classified as ‘functionally extinct’ which means there remains only a few individual Tigers in the forests of southeast China, and hope for their survival is slim as there is neither adequate habitat nor prey left. Main Threats - Habitat Loss Endangered Species
  • 4. Charcoal Drawing process Endangered Species
  • 5. Sumatran Elephant - Charcoal drawing on 9”x12” paper Population 2,400 – 2,800 Main Threats - Poaching for ivory tusks Endangered Species
  • 6. Charcoal Drawing process Endangered Species
  • 7. Giant Panda - Charcoal drawing on 9”x12” paper Population less than 1,600 in the wild (South West China). Around 61% of the population, or about 980 pandas, are under protection in reserves. Main Threats - Habitat Loss Endangered Species
  • 8. Charcoal Drawing process Endangered Species
  • 9. Amur Leopard - Charcoal drawing on 9”x12” paper Critically Endangered - Population : 7-12 in China and 20-25 in Russia Main Threats - Illegal poaching for their fur Endangered Species
  • 10. Charcoal Drawing process Endangered Species
  • 11. Marine Iguana - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Endangered - Population Unknown. Lives only on the Galápagos islands Main Threats - Impacts of climate change, rising sea level and air temperature. Endangered Species
  • 12. Charcoal Drawing process Endangered Species
  • 13. Mountain Gorilla - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Critically Endangered - Population 880 (lives in the Congo, Rwanda and Uganda) Main Threats - Habitat Loss, Hunting, War and disease. Endangered Species
  • 14. Charcoal Drawing process Endangered Species
  • 15. Endangered Species Burrowing Owl - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Population - fewer than 1000 pairs estimated in Canada
  • 16. Endangered Species Charcoal Drawing Process
  • 17. Snow Leopard - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Endangered - There are up to 6,000 snow leopards in the wild across 12 countries, but its numbers are gradually declining, with hunting and habitat loss just some of the reasons that it is endangered. Endangered Species
  • 18. Arctic Wolf - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Least Concern - Population 200,000 - Lives in the Arctic regions of North America and Greenland. Endangered Species
  • 19. Grizzly Bear- Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Least Concern - Population 200,000 - Lives in Canada, Russia and Europe. Endangered Species
  • 20. Snapping Turtle - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Special Concern - the largest freshwater turtle in Canada, the population is Unknown. Endangered Species
  • 21. Southern Sea - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Endangered Population 2,800 in California Main Threats - predation, poaching, entanglement in fishing nets and oil spills. Endangered Species
  • 22. Macaw - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Endangered (population unknown/uncommon) Main Threats - Trapping for illegal pet market and Habitat Loss in the Amazon. Endangered Species
  • 23. Honey Bee - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Since the 1950s more than half of our native bee population has disappeared due to man-made problems. 3 species are extinct, 5 are under serious threat of extinction and 2 are very close to that threat. Endangered Species
  • 24. Taylor’s Checkerspot - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Special Concern - There are 14 sites in the Pacific Northwest where checkerspot populations exceeded only 50 individuals. Endangered Species
  • 25. Hawksbill Sea Turtle - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" The population sizes of six species of sea turtles are listed as either endangered or threatened. Main Threats - Fishing, Illegal poaching for their shell, Oil Spills and Sea Pollution. Endangered Species
  • 26. Iberian Lynx - Charcoal Drawing on Paper 9"x12" Critically endangered - Current Population: 309 - There are only two isolated breeding populations left in southern Spain. Main Threats: Habitat loss, Decrease in prey, Hunting and Car hits. Endangered Species

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