THE END

Charcoal Series 

I was compelled to produce this charcoal wildlife series that highlights the plight of some of the most endangered species in the world - wildlife on the point of extinction, with man ultimately being responsible as the cause.

HAWKSBILL TURTLE
HAWKSBILL TURTLE

Less than 15000 remain in our seas.

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WILD DOG

Less than 5500 remain on our planet.

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3 Sumatran Tiger 400.jpeg
SUMATRAN TIGER

Less than 400 remain in the wild.

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CROSS RIVER GORILLA

Less than 300 remain on earth.

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PHILIPPINE EAGLE
PHILIPPINE EAGLE

Less than 250 can be found in the forests.

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AMUR LEOPARD
AMUR LEOPARD

Less than 57 remain in the wild.

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SPORTIVE LEMUR
SPORTIVE LEMUR

Less than 20 remain in the forests of Madagascar.

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NORTHERN WHITE RHINO

Only 2 now remain under protected armed guard.

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Human
Human

More than 7,5 billion humans populate the planet, forcing many species of wildlife into extinction.

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