Salt of the Earth


Indian Elephant
[Elephas maximus indicus]

Reserves in the Western Ghats, Nilgiris and Eastern Ghats, spread across three states and several parks are collectively known as “Asia’s elephant empire”, with about 10,000 elephants.

To supplement their diet, elephants will dig up earth to obtain salt and minerals. They use tusks, trunks and legs to churn the ground.

Bandipur, Karnataka.

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  • We can also print on Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas (400 gsm, Poly-cotton, bright white) on request.
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