A high quality, signed A4 print of my Asiatic lion pen drawing, ready to be framed and hung in the perfect spot in your home.
For every Endangered print sold, a tree will be planted in the Albertine Rift forests of Uganda as part of a wildlife habitat restoration project in partnership with the Jane Goodall Institute.
The Asiatic lion is now largely restricted to Gir National Park in India. Their populations haven't been moved from their natural habitat. Instead, we've encroached their range and closed them in from the outside. What does this mean for their future? Will we ever be able to live alongside lions again?
Despite their limited habitat, conservation efforts have led to a huge increase in Asiatic lion numbers over the last 100 years or so. A new project is looking at devising a GPS-tracking system, including a sensor grid with magnetic, movement and heat sensors. This would mean the lions could be monitored more closely, kept healthy and, presumably, kept a safe distance from any potential conflict with humans.
This listing is for the print only; it does not include a mount or frame.
Your print will be protected by a sheet of greyboard and packaged in compostable film.
Dimensions: 21.0 x 29.7cm (8.27 x 11.69in).
Ready to dispatch in 1–3 business days from the United Kingdom.
Returns and exchanges accepted (terms and conditions apply - please see the policy page).