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A family of African elephants marching in the dust.

African elephants are the world's largest land animals, they live in family units composed of related females and their calves (around 10 individuals) while the males usually live alone or in small groups with other males. Several family units may join together to form a clan of up to 70 members led by an older female.
Despite a ban on the international trade in ivory, African elephants are still being poached in large numbers (tens of thousands every year) for their tusks. Elephant numbers have dropped by 62% over the last decade, and they could be mostly extinct by the end of the next decade is nothing is done to stop the killing...

Acrylic on Arches watercolor paper, varnished, framed under glass in a black wooden frame with a white mount and ready to hang.

Please note that as Artfinder do not allow us to upload small images, this small format art picture has been blown up to 3 times the real size of the painting (when you view it in zoom mode). It is not as grainy in real life and looks much better in person.

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Liquitex Professional Heavy Body Acrylic

Marching (2016)

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This artwork is sold by Morgane Antoine from France

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