Rampant aims to explore introduced species that have successfully taken hold of environments in South East Queensland thanks to their invasive and adaptive nature and an ecosystem’s inability to counter their populations. The imagery acts as a strong tool to visually tell the public about the enormity of the impacts these animals have on habitat, local wildlife and even human dwellings.

Part one focuses on the anatomical and behavioural adaptations cats have, and how these features have allowed them to be such successful introduced predators in Australia.

Thanks to Heather Janetzki and Queensland Museum for their assistance on this project.