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National Threatened Species Day - Thylacine Note Pad
Australia's National Threatened Species Day commemorates the date the world's largest joey-carrying carnivore species of modern times, the Thylacine became extinct on 7th September 1936.
This EnviroPrint item has been printed on reclaimed potential waste paper to save trees. Proudly designed and printed by EnviroPrint in support of Australia's threatened species.
Suitable for distribution and hand out at schools, community fundraisers, zoos, wildlife parks, nature reserves etc.
Size: 150mm x 210mm - 50 leaves of ruled note paper, padded at head.
(Pen not included).
Printed in Black using soy inks and vegetable based solutions on one side. Recyclable at the end of its usable life.