My hexagon represents endangered species. My hexagon has one wolf standing alone under the night sky, crying, with tumbleweed blowing by. Then there are words at the bottom saying I don’t want to howl alone. To make my hexagon i took different shades of blue paint and used a sponge to paint the sky then I took fabric and put it over the blue to make it look more blended and like there were actually stars in it too. I drew the wolf and painted it with mixtures of browns and grays. I also used sharpie for the grass and tear drops, and a piece of yarn for the tumbleweed. My artwork shows a wolf that is all alone and not wanting to stay that way. It also shows that there are fewer wolves now because we are destroying there habitats and killing them so they are dying. Now, if humans keep up what they’re doing there will eventually be no more wolves. This problem is relevant everywhere in the world. It affects both animals and humans. Everyday we lose a species of animals because we cut down there natural habitats to build more cities. Global warming is causing Antarctica to melt leaving the animals that live there do drown since there will be no land left for them to live on. Rainforests are being destroyed along with the animals that live there. This is important to me because i care about animals and it’s sad to know that we are losing a species of animals that we will never get back. We should support organizations like the Wildlife Conservation Network which works to help build and keep animal natural habitats. If we stop cutting down their homes and try to protect them we could save many animal species.