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A Tribute to Endangered Animals

To help curb deforestation, please be aware that your habits have direct effect on it. By avoiding anything that is disposable you will be preserving these animals and their habitats. Deforestation= chopsticks. Pollution = anything made out of plastic.

Animals always come to mind as the biggest victims of predatory human behavior. A dear friend went to the Global Wild Life Conservation board meeting and texted me the heartbreaking news about so many of them that are going extinct. Here we created embroideries in their homage to bring awareness to the issue. It is a good way to start the conversation.

 

1 Ply Cashmere Cowl Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Vaquita Dolphins

The Vaquita Dolphin is the world’s rarest marine mammal. Its population has dwindled to half of what it was 3 years ago due to illegal fishing operations. There are fewer than 60 of them still in existence.

Ways to Help : Act Now to Save the Vaquita

 

1 Ply Cashmere Turtle Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Elephants

Elephants are an endangered species due to poaching for their ivory. There are two subspecies of elephant, the African and the Asian. Including all the subspecies, there are only 470,000 of them in existence.

 

1 Ply Cashmere Turtle Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Saola Deer

The Saola Deer often called the Asian unicorn, little is known about the enigmatic saola in the two decades since its discovery. None exist in captivity and this rarely-seen mammal is already critically endangered. Scientists have categorically documented saola in the wild on only four occasions to date.

 

2 Ply Cashmere Boat Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Sumatran Rhino

The Sumatran Rhino population is endangered due to poaching. Its population is so low that it was declared extinct in Malaysia in 2015. There are fewer than 100 of them still in existence.

 

2 Ply Cashmere Cardigan with Hand Embroidered Black Spider Monkey

The Black Spider Monkey is endangered due to human intrusions of deforestation and logging, which disrupts their habitat. There are only 2,000 of them in existence.

 

1 Ply Cashmere Turtle Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Sumatran Rhino

The Sumatran Rhino population is endangered due to poaching. Its population is so low that it was declared extinct in Malaysia in 2015. There are fewer than 100 of them still in existence.

 

1 Ply Cashmere Turtle Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Saola Deer

The Saola Deer is the first large mammal new to science in more than 50 years. The discovery is so recent scientists have yet to pinpoint the number of them in existence.  Often called the Asian unicorn, little is known about the enigmatic saola in the two decades since its discovery. None exist in captivity and this rarely-seen mammal is already critically endangered. Scientists have categorically documented saola in the wild on only four occasions to date.

 

1 Ply Cashmere Turtle Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Vaquita Dolphins

The Vaquita Dolphin is the world’s rarest marine mammal. Its population has dwindled to half of what it was 3 years ago due to illegal fishing operations. There are fewer than 60 of them still in existence.

Ways to Help : Act Now to Save the Vaquita

 

1 Ply Cashmere Wrap with Hand Embroidered Gorilla

Gorillas have become an endangered species due to Bushmeat trade, loss of habitat, disease, and human intrusions. There are four subspecies of gorillas: the Western Lowland, the Eastern Lowland,  the Cross River, and the Mountain Gorilla. All considered to be endangered. Including all subspecies of Gorillas there are roughly only 105,000 of them in existence.

 

2 Ply Cashmere Boat Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Elephants

Elephants are an endangered species due to poaching for their ivory. There are two subspecies of elephant, the African and the Asian. Including all the subspecies, there are only 470,000 of them in existence.

 

1 Ply Cashmere Turtle Neck Sweater with Hand Embroidered Gorilla

Gorillas have become an endangered species due to Bushmeat trade, loss of habitat, disease, and human intrusions. There are four subspecies of gorillas: the Western Lowland, the Eastern Lowland,  the Cross River, and the Mountain Gorilla. All considered to be endangered. Including all subspecies of Gorillas there are roughly only 105,000 of them in existence.