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12"x16" Endangered Species Art Print: Eastern Indigo Snake

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Endangered Species Coalition 2019 art contest semifinalist. Drawn by Victoria Stephenson in the grade 9-12 category.

This drawing is of the Eastern Indigo Snake. The most notable feature of the eastern indigo snake is the lustrous, glossy, iridescent, blue-black coloration of the head and body. It is a non-venomous snake found in the southeastern United States. Eastern indigo snakes were listed as threatened because of dramatic population declines caused by over-collecting for the domestic and international pet trade as well as mortalities caused by rattlesnake collectors who gassed gopher tortoise burrows to collect snakes. Since its listing as a threatened species, habitat loss and fragmentation by residential and commercial expansion have become much more significant threats to the eastern indigo snake. Pesticides that bioaccumulate through the food chain present a hazard to the snake as well.

  • This print is on an archival paper for beautiful long lasting prints with exceptional color reproduction (Bright white, 100% cotton, slightly textured)
  • This print is 12" by 16" with a white border around the image
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Made by Giclee Today

Endangered Species Coalition 2019 art contest semifinalist. Drawn by Victoria Stephenson in the grade 9-12 category.

This drawing is of the Eastern Indigo Snake. The most notable feature of the eastern indigo snake is the lustrous, glossy, iridescent, blue-black coloration of the head and body. It is a non-venomous snake found in the southeastern United States. Eastern indigo snakes were listed as threatened because of dramatic population declines caused by over-collecting for the domestic and international pet trade as well as mortalities caused by rattlesnake collectors who gassed gopher tortoise burrows to collect snakes. Since its listing as a threatened species, habitat loss and fragmentation by residential and commercial expansion have become much more significant threats to the eastern indigo snake. Pesticides that bioaccumulate through the food chain present a hazard to the snake as well.

  • This print is on an archival paper for beautiful long lasting prints with exceptional color reproduction (Bright white, 100% cotton, slightly textured)
  • This print is 12" by 16" with a white border around the image

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12"x16" Endangered Species Art Print: Eastern Indigo Snake
12"x16" Endangered Species Art Print: Eastern Indigo Snake

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