Bandicoote Eastern Barred Silver Footprint Necklace- Bushprints
Length 23 mm Chain is 50 cm long
These inspirational footprints are cut out of solid sterling silver. For Gary, the maker, quality is the prime consideration and all pieces are carefully hand-finished, giving a fantastic lustre. Chain is 45 cm long They are beautifully gift-boxed and in stock now. If you are interested in the same item in 9ct yellow Gold and we don't have them in-stock in please contact us a it's just a 2 week wait while Gary makes them for you.
The eastern barred bandicoot is a nocturnal, rabbit-sized marsupial endemic to southeastern Australia, being native to the island of Tasmania and mainland Victoria. It is one of three surviving bandicoot species in the genus Perameles.
In 1989 the total population of Eastern Barred Bandicoots was fewer than 150 and in 2013, the species was declared as Extinct in the Wild on mainland Australia. We are thrilled to share that the conservation status of the Eastern Barred Bandicoot has been reclassified from Extinct in the Wild to Endangered. The changed status is a first for an Australian threatened species and enables Zoos Victoria to end its 30-year captive breeding and insurance program. (Zoo's victoria)