Southern Pig-Footed Bandicoot
Before extinct, the southern pig-footed bandicoot used to live in the Australian outback. They are smaller than rabbits, with slender limbs and a pointed nose, and their forelimbs resemble hoof-like feet. They were not common in the first place, with a few indigenous people describing them as "plodding along on their hind legs and burrowing in warm, dry places."
Many carnivores are natural enemies of southern pig-footed bandicoot, but the greatest threat is from humans. In the 19th century, the European colonists' reclamation activities destroyed the habitat of the pig-footed bandicoot, coupled with the introduction of exotic animals such as cats, dogs, and foxes, which hugely reduced the population of the southern pig-footed bandicoot. It has been believed to be extinct since the mid-20th century, having reportedly vanished from its final refuge in southern Australia by 1945.
IUCN level: Extinct （EX）
- Tear off green clay behind the embroidered patch.
- Place the embroidered patch in the desired position. Apply a thin fabric on top to avoid heat damage.
- Set iron temperature up to 150℃, press firmly until the patch stick perfectly on your cloth.
- Turn your cloth to opposite side and repeat steps 2 and 3.
- Allow the embroidered patch to cool down.
＊Dot not use steam iron.
＊Do not iron the patch on following fabrics: polyester, silk, nylon, waterproof material, down.
＊Do not allow children to operate individually.
Size of Southern Pig-Footed Bandicoot embroidered patch ：6.5x3.5cm