The Dodo, perhaps the most famous extinct species - endemic to Mauritius - was wiped out in just a few decades by man.
The first recorded mention of the flightless bird was by Dutch sailors in 1598; the last sighting of one was in 1662.
The dodo's appearance in life is evidenced only by drawings, paintings, and written accounts from the 17th century, it serves as an emotional and compelling image of the importance of conservation and animal welfare now and in the future
Darwin Blair’s signature image, the Dodo has been immortalised in these gender-neutral leggings – our vision of the Dodo is beautifully illustrated by a talented local tattoo artist
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- Generously sized to allow for growth
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