The latest by @nevercrew, can you guess what message they want to convey? @Regrann from @nevercrew - “Baring machine”
Mural painting realized in Satka (Russia) for the Satka Street Art Festival, curated by Fund Sobranie Moscow. A second, and connected, part is placed in another part of the city. -
Thank you so much to Ale De Bon @mondocane for the giant and fundamental help, to Valeriya for inviting us and for the great organization, to Pro Helvetia Moscow for the support, to the city of Satka, to Maria @mashanen for the constant presence, to Dima, and to all the parts involved and the persons that partecipated and that we met. -
#nevercrew #satka #catka #russia #streetart #muralart #urbanart #bear #redstripe #magnesite #quarry #wall - #regrann https://www.instagram.com/p/BUuPskPj9dQ/
Despite the challenges faced by Amur leopards across their range, things are far from hopeless. The small but mighty wild population in Primorsky Krai has remained mostly stable over the past 30 years, in spite of significant human pressures. Anti-poaching efforts and educational programs appear to be working. China has established a reserve that connects with leopard (and tiger) habitat in Russia. There is a possibility of establishing a second wild population by re-introducing zoo-bred Amur leopards in Russia’s Far East.
“Satka”, a female Amur Leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) at the San Diego Zoo. Photo by Craig Chaddock.