The populations of the african elephant have been on a precipitous decline due to poaching during the 20th century. The international ban in the trade of ivory in 1990 has allowed some herds to begin to recover. However, poaching still remains a problem in areas with insufficient funding for protection.
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Do you notice any similarities between the patterns in the elephant skin and the patterns of cracked earth in India in this photo by photographer Vinod Panickert? We truly live in a beautifully ordered world.
Available Editions of this Artwork
|Edition Info||Edition Size||Dimensions||Edition Price|
|Mtoto Tembo | Giclee (signed/numbered)||25||30.00" H x 30.00" W||$500.00 USD||
|Mtoto Tembo | Lithograph Print (signed/numbered)||25||18.00" H x 18.00" W||$175.00 USD||
|Mtoto Tembo | Lithograph Print (signed/numbered)||25||42.00 H x 42.00 W||$900.00 USD||