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National Threatened Species Day stickers

Environment Australia, September 7, 2001

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Hands on for Habitat Awards winning illustrations

Sticker 1: Brush-tailed rock-wallaby

Pastel drawing of Brush-tailed rock-wallaby

The agile and distinctive Brush-tailed rock-wallaby faces many threats, including foxes and changes to its habitat.

Illustration: Rose Scerri, 9 years

Sticker 2: Little Dip Spider Orchid

Water colour of Little Dip Spider Orchid.

In the past 200 years 63 of our native plants have become extinct, with close to 1200 species currently threatened. Australia's many beautiful species of orchid are particularly vulnerable.

Illustration: Anna Hawkins, 11 years

Northern hairy-nosed wombat

Pencil drawing Northern hairy-nosed wombat.

With a total population of less than 150 animals, the shy and mysterious Northern hairy-nosed wombat is more endangered than the Giant Panda.

Illustration: Ben Strum, 9 years

Waru – turtle

Traditional aboriginal style illustration of Waru - turtle.

An integral part of the traditional culture of Torres Strait Islanders, all marine turtles (or waru) are under threat from pollution and changes to their habitat.

Illustration: Thomas Fujii, 12 years