Posts in 'extinction'

Northern Flights Art Cards

Cards, cards and more cards!

Cards, cards and more cards We’re heading towards that ‘most wonderful time of the year’ when our hearts are filled with thoughts of loved ones. The time when we ponder sending Christmas cards far and wide. This year we’ve launched our new range of cards as Voyager and Boomerang cards. The back of each card […]

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Art on T-shirts

My Grandfather, The Cavemen and Me!

Why we sell our Art on T-shirts? Art on T-shirts is the best way we can think of to raise awareness of the Natural World. We at Lifeforms are conservationists to the core. Whilst extinction is a natural phenomenon over millions of years, extinctions caused by human activity are a very different matter. Taken at […]

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Leatherback Turtle

Leatherback Turtle

Leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) The leatherback turtle is also known as the leathery turtle or Luth. It is one of the most threatened species to be found in British waters. Can you see leatherback turtles off the British coast? Although it cannot breed on our chilly beaches, the leatherback turtle migrates thousands of miles to […]

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steller's sea cow

Steller’s Sea Cow – A story of Extinction

It’s too late for the Steller’s Sea Cow… I guess that’s its message. Whilst many people, most of them sailors, saw, hunted and tasted Steller’s sea cow, it bears the name Steller simply because Georg Wilhelm Steller was the only person to describe the animal and its ecology scientifically. Related to the much smaller tropical […]

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