Go Wildlife Go (Bronze Sculpture)
Go Wildlife Go (Bronze Sculpture)
Go Wildlife Go (Bronze Sculpture)

Go Wildlife Go (Bronze Sculpture)

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Dimensions
Divided into two sections
Total size: 149 x 393 x 78 inch (H*L*W) 12566 lbs
Total size: 380 x 1000 x 200cm (H*L*W) 5700 kgs

Medium
Bronze  

Style
Contemporary Sculpture, Wildlife, Functional Art

Edition Number
/10

Description
Climb aboard the wildest scooter in the world!
Have you ever seen an elephant ride a scooter? How about a giraffe? Together, this wacky, wild crew are in search of safety. Along for the ride you’ll find a hippo, a Masai giraffe, an Indian elephant, a chimpanzee, a Grevy’s zebra, a cheetah, a koala, a northern white rhino, an orangutan, a lion and a mountain gorilla. Each is threatened by endangerment, mainly from poaching and habitat loss. Their only chance of survival is if everyone comes together, lending their peddling power to save all species.

Will you join us?
Rabbitwoman and Dogman tell the autobiographical tale of two opposites coming together as best friends and soulmates. This beloved pair of characters work as our conduit with wildlife, helping us find joy in nature and rekindle our connection with the wild. In the last 50 years, 70% of the planet’s wildlife has been lost. We must act now to save them. Share your own photo with the hashtag #LoveTheLast and join the campaign for conservation.

The Animals
The eleven endangered animals include; a koala, African elephant, girafe, Grevy’s zebra, lion, orangutan, cheetah, rhino, mountain gorilla, hippo and chimpanzee. They have each been invited to the party as representatives of some of the best-known species in the world. And yet they all are dangerously close to the same threat, extinction.

Koala: Koalas are the beloved icon of Australian wildlife, the adorable little marsupial with sleepy eyes and gigantic fluffy ears. They can be seen high in the embrace of eucalyptus trees, munching away on their favourite leaves for the vast majority of their day.

African elephant: The African elephant is the largest land animal in the world and wanders across 37 countries in Africa. They are a keystone species meaning they are crucial for their environment. They use their tusks to dig up dry riverbeds in the dry season, digging down to the water hidden underneath and creating water holes for others.

Masai giraffe: The tallest living animal in the world, the giraffe tower over the savannas of Africa. It’s good that they do because a group of giraffes is aptly named a tower! As a whole, the giraffe is listed as vulnerable but the Masai and reticulated species are endangered. The Masai populations have been estimated to have declined by 52% in the past few decades, mainly due to habitat loss and poaching.

Grevy’s zebra: With stripes as unique as our fingerprints, the zebra is an iconic member of African wildlife. Grevy’s zebra is the largest and most endangered and is more closely related to the wild ass than the horse, the more common plains zebras’ cousins.

Lion: The African lion, an emblematic symbol of strength and majesty, faces complex challenges in the wild. Habitat loss, human-wildlife conflict, and poaching have contributed to a decline in lion populations across Africa.

Orangutan: The orangutan, a critically endangered species of great ape found in the rainforests of Borneo and Sumatra, is facing severe population decline due to habitat loss, illegal hunting, and the palm oil industry.

Cheetah: The cheetah, known for its unparalleled speed and sleek build, stands as one of Africa's most distinctive predators. Despite its remarkable capabilities, cheetah populations have faced a decline due to habitat loss, human-wildlife conflict, and illegal wildlife trade. 

Northern white rhino: There are two species of white rhino, the northern and southern. The southern rhino was thought to be extinct until the late 19th century when a small population was discovered in South Africa.

Mountain Gorilla: The mountain gorilla, a majestic and endangered species, commands attention as one of the most iconic primates. Residing in the high-altitude forests of Central Africa, these gentle giants face numerous threats, including habitat loss, poaching, and political instability. 

Hippo: One of the most recognizable animals, this blubbery giant has charmed the world, even though it’s considered to be one of the most dangerous! They are at major risk from poaching, with a 2006 study showing a 20% reduction in their populations over the past decade. They are killed for their meat as well as the ivory from their tusks. 

Chimpanzee: The chimpanzee is our closest living relative, sharing about 99% of our DNA. It’s even thought that we have a common ancestor who lived sometime between 7-13 million years ago!

Artwork Features
Gillie and Marc love working in bronze for many reasons. Bronze is a very hardy material and will last forever. As experts in coloring bronze, Gillie and Marc enjoy experimenting with their sculptures, adding a splash of color to brighten the work, making it even more unique. > Read more 

For every purchase of a bronze sculpture you will receive a certificate of authenticity, titled, signed, dated and editioned by the artists.

Care Instructions
Bronze is very easy to clean, allowing you to enjoy your precious sculpture with minimal upkeep. > Read more

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