Oh, hello.... working on a new “Disappearing Species” T-Shirt design - 🐋 - Proceeds will go to Ocean conservation. Who wants one? .
Humpback whales were decimated by commercial whaling in the 19th and early 20th century. They were one of the first species protected under Endangered Species Conservation Act, the predecessor the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in 1970. When the ESA was passed in 1973, the humpback whale was listed as endangered wherever found. Humpback whales are also protected under the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Thanks to global conservation efforts including the Endangered Species Act, the current population has rebounded to nearly 80,000 Humpback whales up from a low-point of 10,000 to 15,000. .
Let’s keep it that way, so when the aliens do come, there will be plenty of Humpback Whales to talk to 👽 .
Catch “Disappearing species” interactive Art installation @ The Nate. (@livethenate
) for the next 2 weekends.
Part of the Pop Up Co-art Exhibition with @hkwalls @hongkongartscollective
, which is open to public FREE OF CHARGE from 12pm to 7pm until 02.08. .
Tag your friends and invite them to visit us!
期間限定藝術展覽今日和明天下午12時至7時都免費開放給公眾參觀！快d Tag 朋友仔一齊黎參觀啦!
Directions to @livethenate
: Turn left out exit D Jordan mtr and walk till hillwood road..
Supported by : @wildaidhk @animalsasia @oceansasia
Thank you @district15hk
for the space #district15platforms
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