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National Threatened Species Day stickers

Environment Australia, September 7, 2002

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Hands on for Habitat Awards winning illustrations

A. The Adelaide Blue-tongue Lizard

Pastel drawing Adelaide Blue-tongue Lizard .

The Adelaide Blue-tongue Lizard is only found in native grassland in South Australia.

Illustration: Nathan Coldwell, 8 years, SA

B. Numbat

Pastel and watercolour drawing of Numbat

Predation by foxes and loss of habitat mean Numbats now only live in a few small eucalypt forest or woodland areas of Western Australia.

Illustration: Claire McWilliams, 10 years, NSW

C. Growling Grass Frog

Pastel and watercolour drawing of Growling Grass Frog

The deep growling sounds of the male Growling Grass Frog is what has given this species its unusual name! This species lives in very wet areas of Victoria, NSW and the ACT.

Illustration: Toby Wilson, 10 years, Victoria

D. Leadbeater's Possum

Colour pencil and pastel drawing of Leadbeater's Possum

This greyish-brown marsupial lives in forests made up of smooth-barked eucalypts and wattles. The numbers of this endangered possum are in decline because it needs to nest in the hollows of very old native trees.

Illustration: Riannon Lindsey, 12 years, NSW