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 covering wing sheaths.
A few years ago I started a wildlife conservation-environmental awareness poster project called ‘12images’ - you can find more details and information about it on my blog: http://www.12images.net/endangered-and-extinct-animals/12-images-for-environmental-awareness/.
I started with two 12 piece series featuring already extinct and critically endangered animals and I plan to continue the project with more collections from time to time - this Madagascar series is the first I added. All the new collections will be available as I finish them.
PLEASE, BE AWARE, THAT AS THESE POSTERS ARE PROJECT RELATED, THE 12IMAGES.NET COPYRIGHT NOTICE ON THE BOTTOM OF THE POSTERS IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE DESIGN AND WILL BE PRINTED ON THE POSTERS YOU PURCHASE.
My whole profit from any sales of these series goes to the Sea Shepherd to support their fight to save our oceans and marine wildlife. For now, you can purchase only wall prints and some products here on FAA/pixel, but I created several design variations more suitable for t-shirts etc. - they are available through my website: please visit http://www.12images.net.
July 9th, 2019
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