It’s no secret that our oceans are in trouble. With the collapsing Great Barrier Reef, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and decades of pollution and overfishing, it’s a wonder that the oceans are alive at all. We MUST as a species start caring for our planet, if we want it to continue providing for us. In a collaboration for the Endangered Wildlife Project, Matt W. Moore has a series of brightly illustrated tropical fish, all of which are endangered.
The beautifully clean and colorful illustrations should capture our collective attention, so we can start thinking about earth’s creatures in a more protective light. Via Behance:
[…] reefs are in trouble, and human-caused climate change is to blame. As the oceans get more warm and acidic, fragile reefs are dying out, and they take […]
[…] you hear about people cleaning up beaches or inventing new eco-products, there’s a newfound coral reef that has been decimated. Or a new plastic gyre in the oceans larger than the state of Texas (!!). […]
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