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Save The Snakes Poster

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Save The Snakes posters are now available and ready to be shipped!

A collaboration between Save The Snakes and artist Zoe Keller, this beautiful work of art highlights the gap between snake conservation and human-snake conflict mitigation efforts. This medium-sized poster is perfect for decorating the walls of any museum, zoo, nature center, or even your bedroom or office!

Size: 18" x 24"

Due to the special packaging needed to ship this poster, this item will be shipped separately from other merchandise. Please allow up to two weeks for delivery.

The following text is featured at the bottom of the poster:

"The Gap Between Snake Conservation & Human-Snake Conflict Mitigation

Despite their unwarranted reputation, snakes are critically important animals for our world. Snakes maintain balance in the food web and therefore keep ecosystems healthy. Yet, due to increased conflict with humans, many snakes species are under threat of extinction. As human populations rapidly grow and spread into areas that wildlife depend on, conflict with snakes is becoming increasingly common. Around the world, snake populations are in decline because of habitat destruction, disease, over-harvesting, invasive species, and even climate change. These combined threats have brought some snake species ever closer to the brink of extinction.

From left to right: Common Krait (Bungarus caeruleus), Black Mamba (Dendroaspis polylepis), King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah), Western Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox), Terciopelo (Bothrops asper)

This project is a collaboration between wildlife conservation organization Save The Snakes and artist Zoe Keller. More information can be found online:"

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