"The Northern Quoll is the smallest of the four Australian quoll species. It has reddish brown fur, with a cream underside, white spots on its back and rump, a blackish tail and a pointed snout. The Northern Quoll’s are vulnerable due to predation by feral cats. The impacts of cats are exacerbated by extensive hot fires and grazing, which reduce ground cover and hence shelter for small mammals." Australian Wildlife Conservatory
Pin the Northern Quoll Badge to our beautiful lanyards, your tote bag or jacket lapel or tee and raise awareness about this vulnerable species.
- 31.8 mm h x 24.8 mm w
- hard enamel metal badge
- silver detailing
- polished to perfection
About the artist:
Courn Ahn (she/her)is a multidisciplinary designer, illustrator, and freelance creative based in Portland, Oregon. Her direct experience as a Korean American has largely shaped her career philosophy, serving as inspiration for the social justice advocacy present in her creative work.
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