My picture is of Lonesome George, a Pinta Island Tortoise. He is the last of the Chelonoidis Nigra Abingdoni subspecies. If he dies, his species will die as well. My hexagon fits into the Environment theme. I depicted this problem by putting George on an island to show that there is no other tortoise like him. I put words surrounding him that depicts his condition. I love reptiles and thought that this was serious.
There are several solutions to this problem, some of which are in action now. First, another possible PInta Island tortoise has been found. Named Tony, he is in the Prague Zoo. Also, they are attempting to cross breed George with other tortoises from the surrounding islands. Though none of them have hatched, different species are being tried. Another solution is the possibility of a female somewhere on the island. A $10,000 reward is in order for the location of one. I used colored pencils for this drawing.