Artist Uses His Talent To Support Wildlife Conservation

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Nathan Ferlazzo, an artist from Australia, co-founded a family business called Marini Ferlazzo, which supports wildlife conservation around the world.

Nathan loves not only art and wildlife but also science and nature. He gets inspiration from people like Jane Goodall, and characters from his favorite books such as Mowgli and Bagheera (The Jungle Book). His intricate pen and ink artworks highlight the beauty of the world’s wildlife and encourage viewers to take action to help protect threatened species.

According to their website, a share of profits is donated to conservation organizations like World Animal Protection, Australian Wildlife Conservancy and Painted Dog Conservation.

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