The Tusker’s Last Stand

(1 customer review)


Indian Elephant
[Elephas maximus indicus]

The Asian elephant is the largest living land animal in Asia and this ‘crossed’ tusker in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve definitely seems to be one of them.

However, magnificent though they may be, these tusks are the very reason the elephants are vanishing. Poaching for tusks also creates a serious gender imbalance that threatens the population.

Nagarahole, Karnataka

SKU: E005 Category:

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  • All images will be printed on Epson enhanced matte paper, 190 gsm printed using pigment based archival ink which will last for 75 years.
  • We can also print on Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas (400 gsm, Poly-cotton, bright white) on request.
  • All prints will have a white border that will be useful while framing.
  • Prints will be rolled in a tube safely and shipped. We have tested this and this works.
  • Write to us if you require anything specific for eg. if you need the print in a square composition, etc. and we will try to get it done. Allow some time for our designers.
  • Shipping within India only (for now).
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1 review for The Tusker’s Last Stand

  1. Akhila

    Nice photograph

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