Grevy's Zebra Print
This zebra is the largest living wild equid but the Grevy’s are more closely related to the wild ass than the horse, while the plains zebra is more closely related to the horse. The Grevy’s is distinguishable due to its charming ears that look rounded from a distance. This zebra can survive for five days without water, however, even the hardy Grevy’s now struggle to live on land that has been overgrazed by livestock belonging to the local pastoralist communities. Since 2009 the area has also suffered regular droughts, which shrivels the grasses that zebras eat resulting in a low survival rate in juvenile zebras.
- Photographed and printed at the Steve Russell Studios on Hahnemuhle paper using archival inks.
- Signed, titled and numbered by the artist.
- Limited Edition of 100
- Certificate of Authenticity.
- A4 size - 21cm x 29.7cm
- A3 size - 29.7 cm x 42cm
RETURNS & INFO POLICY
If you are not delighted with your print please contact me within 7 days to arrange return and refund.
- A4 shipped flat with a mount
- A3 shipped rolled in a tube.
- Royal mail tracked and signed.
- Please allow 7 days for delivery.