Apollo Landing fridge magnet: Wildlife Photography of the Year 57

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A beautiful addition to any fridge magnet collection. It features Apollo Landing by Emelin Dupieux, from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 57 exhibition. 

Found at high altitudes across the mountains of Europe, Apollo butterflies are vulnerable to climate change because their life cycle relies on snow. Snow forms an insulating layer over the butterflies' eggs, preventing them from freezing, which means that reduced snowfall can impact the butterflies' survival. 

The magnet is mounted on sustainably sourced cardboard certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).