Back from the brink: Lord Howe Island stick insect

By AG STAFF 25 January 2016
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Once classified as extinct, the Lord Howe Island stick insect was rediscovered in 2001. While the wild population is still less than 40 – there have been significant successes in captive breeding. Click the image to scroll through the gallery, or swipe right to left if using a touchscreen device.