Zebra Dance | Canvas Prints | Wall Art
The Deadly Dance of Stallion Zebras as Fight over the Rights to Females
Burchells Zebras or Plains Zebras number in there tens of thousands in Etosha National Park. They need to drink water at least twice a day. The zebras arrive in small family clusters at the same time. This gives them safety in numbers and chance for rivals to steal a daughter or two.
This behaviour leads to very intense battles sometimes to the death.
Family of Zebra | Fine Art Canvas | Wildlife Prints
Stallion Zebra Protects His Family
The stallion zebra will defend his family to the death. He leads from the front. If he thinks there is danger lurking he will stop and wait in front of his zebra herd. His family of Zebra will not move unless he does.
Zebras have keen sense of smell and hearing and they are strong runners too. They are the favorite prey of lions.
Dazzle of Zebra | Canvas Prints | Wall Art
Stallion Zebra Stands in Front of His Family
"interesting zebra facts, their black and white stripes are one of the most amazing and interesting features. Every zebra has unique black and white stripe pattern that is unique to each zebra just like finger prints. This unique quality also helps experts to easily recognize and distinguish between zebras. These beautiful stripes also help them from the attack of predators"
Zebra Fighting | Nature Photography Prints
Stallion zebras fighting and biting in a bitter battle over rights to females
Zebra’s stripes not just make them beautiful and attractive. They are effective camouflage from predators. According to scientists, lions and hyenas have a limited colour range, so their stripes help them to camouflage themselves in long grass.
Zebra on White | Black and White Wildlife | Fine Art Prints
Black and White Photograph of a Zebra Profile on White Background
Interior designer love black and white prints of Zebra for wall art. The zebras wonderful stripes and patterns create an abstract form that often ties in with the interior furnishings.
Stripes, Zebra | Nature Photos | Wildlife Art
Black and White Photograph of Burchell's Zebra Showing Zebra Stripes as Wonderful Patterns
Tower of Giraffes | Nature Photos | Wildlife Art
Tower of Giraffes Stop and Stare*
This is one my favorite monchrome fine art Giraffe prints. I sometimes struggle composition wise with giraffes. But on this particular day the Giraffes were wonderful models. Each Giraffe seem to have his or her own signature pose. A portrait photographer could not have wished for more. Needless to say I was so thankful. I had the easy job of clicking the shutter.
This is one of my best selling black & white fine art wildlife prints and thats all down to this wonderful giraffe family. Thank you..
Giraffe Swish | Black and White | Wildlife Art
Giraffe Swishes His Tail and creates a circle on the lovely geometric patterns of his body.
Like Zebras the patterns on a giraffe are totally unique – no two giraffes are ever the same!
Giraffe’s sharp 12-inch hooves can cause damage, and can kill a lion
Giraffes often rubbing their necks against one another, the males competing to see who is stronger. This is known as ‘necking’,
Giraffe Portrait | Black and White Nature Photos
Black and White Portrait of Giraffe
You can tell the difference between a male and female giraffe by looking at the horns. Both have horns but the top of the male giraffe horns are almost always bald and the female giraffe are completely covered with hair.
Mountain Zebra | Wildlife Photography Prints
The highly endangered Mountain Zebra sanding against the mountain back drop of its last stronghold in the Karoo
The Mountain Zebra (Equus zebra) and (Equus hartmannae) is a species of zebra, native to South-western Angola, Namibia and South West Africa. Mountain zebras live in dry, stony, mountainous and hilly habitats. Mountain zebras prefer slopes and plateaus and can be found as high as 2,000 metres above sea level, although they do migrate lower in the winter season.
There are two species of Mountain Zebra: the Cape Mountain Zebra (Equus zebra) and the Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra (Equus hartmannae). These two species were previously regarded as two sub-species.
The Cape Mountain Zebra can be found in the southern Cape.
"The Cape mountain zebra is not territorial, and populations consist of small groups of two types: breeding groups and bachelor groups. A breeding herd consists of a mature stallion and up to five mares and their foals. Stallions that cannot obtain mares associate in less defined bachelor groups. Once established, breeding groups normally stay together for many years; one stallion in the Mountain Zebra National Park is known to have stayed with his herd for more than a decade until he was at least 17 years old"
Stripes & Patterns
Stripes and Patterns an artistic collection of modern wildlife art available as large wildlife prints or custom fine art prints as canvas prints and wall art