Lord Howe Island Stick Insect

This multi-award winning documentary introduces you to the story of the Lord Howe Island stick insect.

Until 2001 this species was believed extinct due to the introduction of rats to Lord Howe Island.

Follow the program from the rediscovery of this insect through to the creation of a captive breeding program and the hatching of the first nymphs.

Enjoy the film below.

Video Credit: Sticky from jilli rose on Vimeo.

If this story has made you want to learn more about the Lord Howe Island stick insect then check them out here – Lord Howe Island stick insect | The Animal Facts

By Cale Russell is a testament to Cale’s commitment to the education of people around the world on the topic of animals and conservation, through the sharing of topical and newsworthy information.

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