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Insects - Action For Species Stamp Set

 
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Many insects species are endangered, but thanks to work by conservationists, their future is brighter. To highlight their plight and spread the good news, Royal Mail has released a set of Insects - Action for Species stamps

Designed by Andrew Ross, each stamp showcases the finest points of the species: the iridescence of the Noble Chafer Bug, the elegance of the Southern Damselfly and the electric blue of the Adonis Blue Butterfly, to name but a few.

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OOOh, BUGS! Well, at least it's not sharks or snakes!

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