Tiger Quoll necklace
Tiger Quolls are the largest remaining marsupial predator on the Australian mainland. Though the Otways was traditionally a stronghold for these animals, though the Otways was traditionally a stronghold for these animals, there was no confirmed evidence of Tiger Quolls in the region for nearly a decade. In 2012 scientists at the Conservation Ecology Centre rediscovered the elusive species through DNA analysis of scats (droppings) in collaboration with CESAR, a genetic laboratory in Melbourne.
Now you can support the research into Quolls and other endangered species by purchasing this necklace. The necklace was made by Apollo Bay local Sally Forester.
- Silver chain 45 cm
- Designed in Apollo Bay
- Manufactured in Apollo Bay
- Handmade by Sally Forrester
- Wearable art great as a keepsake
- All profits go to the Conservation Ecology Centre