Animals affected by pollution.

https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/sunda-tiger

https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/amur-leopard

https://www.worldwildlife.org/species/chimpanzee

Sunda/Sumatran Tiger
This subspecies was once found across several parts of the Sunda islands in Indonesia. Today, all remaining Sunda tigers are found only in Sumatra, now that tigers in Java and Bali are extinct.The last of the Sunda island tigers—estimated to be fewer than 400 today—are holding on for survival in the remaining patches of forest on the island of Sumatra. Accelerating deforestation and rampant poaching mean this noble creature could end up extinct like its Javan and Balinese counterparts.

Amur Leopard
Affected by: Illegal wildlife trade , Climate change , Habitat loss and fragmentation , DeforestationNot many people ever see an Amur leopard in the wild. Not surprising, as there are so few of them, but a shame considering how beautiful they are. Thick, luscious, black-ringed coats and a huge furry tails they can wrap around themselves to keep warm.The good news is, having been driven to the edge of extinction, their numbers appear to be rising thanks to conservation work – we’re also able to survey more areas than before and use camera traps to estimate population changes.

Chimpanzee
Degradation of forests through logging, mining, farming, and other forms of land development is contributing to the decline of primate species throughout tropical Africa. Remaining habitat patches are often small and unconnected, leaving chimpanzee populations isolated.Deforestation is most advanced in West Africa, where only remnant tracts of primary rainforest remain. The small populations of western, Nigerian, and eastern chimpanzees are primarily located in remnant forest reserves and national parks.In many such “protected areas”, poaching for meat and live infants is common, as is unauthorized logging, mining and farming. Logging activities improve access to formerly remote forest areas, leading to increased hunting pressure.


All 3 of these animals are affected by deforestation which is a part of the paper industry’s environmental impact.

I want to create lino cuts (like stage 1) of each animal and print them onto some packaging of the big corporations to make a simple yet bold statement about the impact of the paper pollution they attribute to.

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