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Artwork all the way from Tanzania
Cara Beaver, aged 10
Isla may have been the star with her poem but that didn't stop Mum, Dad and little sister Gracie trying to better her artwork! Here is all of the Caddell's efforts
Thomas Gillies, Primary 4
Tamsin Cheshire, Primary 1
Noah Carslaw, Primary 4
Hamish Blair, Primary 2
Nelly Blair, Primary 5
Calum Duncan, Primary 1
Ryan Mackinnon, aged 5
Another one of our favourite drawings was a mother and son effort. Sebastian and his mother, from Guatemala, produced this drawing of an otter with the heading "Protejamos a las nutrias" which translates to "Protect the otters"
No matter what language, I think we all agree with Sebastian's message.
What do you call a mustelid that blows it's nose?
Thanks to the Aurora Zoo we were able to offer a special prize for entrants from Guatemala. We had 8 entrants and the winner was Javier Alejandro Cifuentes, aged 11. We hope you enjoy your free trip to the zoo Javier!
Thanks for all the kids from Guatemala for their entries. Keep an eye on this website to see if your picture makes it onto the page!
Meet Daniel MacAlpine
"My toy otter and I went on quite an adventure this summer, travelling all over Scotland. Check out the photos of us on our travels!"
Daniel even entered IOSF's childrens artwork competition!
Daniel at Glasgow's children hospital
..at Dunvegan castle, Isle of Skye..
..Isle of Lewis..
..he even visited IOSF HQ in Broadford, Isle of Skye..
..and Daniel's competition entry!
A Japanese otter?
This lovely picture was done by Poppy Muir from Broadford Primary School here on the Isle of Skye.
Japanese otters had all died out by the 1990s and they are now looking to bring them back. The school had a visit by one of the people who is working to bring them back to Japan as he came to Skye to see how they live in the wild.