Photographer: Graham Elliott
Location: South Africa
Caption: This giraffe was enjoying this plant in South Africa near Port Elizabeth. Giraffes have very long and flexible tongues and they can be very adept at removing the leaves from bushes.
Giraffes have ossicones on the top of their heads and this is one way to tell females from males. Males will fight each other and this removes hair from the ossicones and even damages them occasionally. As females don’t fight, they usually have bushy hair on their ossicones.
Print Size: 7” x 5” (+ 0.2” border), 178mm x 127mm (+ 5mm border)
Edition of 250 includes: a certificate of authenticity with hologram, signature and edition number in series.
Unframed Print Sizes
Small: 12.8 x 8 inches, 30.5 x 20.3 cm - Limited edition of 100
Medium: 24 x 16 inches, 61 x 40.6 cm - Limited edition of 75
Large: 36 x 24 inches, 91.5 x 61 cm - Limited edition of 25
Framed Print Sizes
A1 - Frame: 35.7 x 25 inches, 8.1 x 63.4 cm
Image: 29.1 x 19.4 inches, 73.9 x 49.3 cm
Limited edition of 75
A2 - Frame: 25 x 18.1 inches, 63.4 x 45.9 cm
Image: 20.8 x 13.9 inches, 52.8 x 25.2 cm
Limited edition of 100