Rhino looking ahead
The two horns of the bulky African Rhinoceros appear to be in contact with each other in this frontal shot of the animal. The vision of the Rhino is relatively poor and the animal has to turn its head in the direction it wants to look. Small birds like egrets generally perch themselves on the back of the Rhino and start pecking on it.
An apparently tired leopard catches forty winks on a tree. Makes one wonder how easily these cats go up a tree, and how dangerous it is for other animals to take refuge in it. The body of the leopard is built for tree
climbing, Powerful hind legs and muscular backs help in propelling them to high places.
Lion in peace
The female lion squats in a near-meditative pose, while her look is all dignity and concentration. The golden beige colour of her body and those deep round eyes are accentuated against the pale backdrop of the grasslands of Africa. Little wonder then that Lions are synonymous with majesty.
The mammoth and it’s faithful
This is a Zen-like depiction of an absolutely calm and composed Elephant along with its two calves. The two young elephants stand in perfect obeisance to their master and mother, who stands tall and calm in a benevolent pose. This picture tells many a story with each viewing, and deserves a place of pride on your walls.