'Machli', Side View black Biro on found Ceramic Midwinter Fawn Figurine

'Machli', Side View black Biro on found Ceramic Midwinter Fawn Figurine

A restful fawn dreams of being hunted by the great tigress Machli, inspired by layers of still images taken of the wildlife documentary ‘Natural World: Queen of Tigers’ BBC 2012/13, Mike Birkhead Associates with Colin Stafford-Johnson. Machli, the most famous tiger in the world is the pride of Ranthambore National Park, India. Her life has been documented from cub to old age in two beautiful and moving films. This piece represents the natural cycle of life and death in the animal world. It also represents how vital indigenous prey species are for wild tigers. Tigers are threatened by wildlife crime but also by habitat loss and therefore loss of prey species.
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'Machli', Side View black Biro on found Ceramic Midwinter Fawn Figurine

'Machli', Side View black Biro on found Ceramic Midwinter Fawn Figurine

A restful fawn dreams of being hunted by the great tigress Machli, inspired by layers of still images taken of the wildlife documentary ‘Natural World: Queen of Tigers’ BBC 2012/13, Mike Birkhead Associates with Colin Stafford-Johnson. Machli, the most famous tiger in the world is the pride of Ranthambore National Park, India. Her life has been documented from cub to old age in two beautiful and moving films. This piece represents the natural cycle of life and death in the animal world. It also represents how vital indigenous prey species are for wild tigers. Tigers are threatened by wildlife crime but also by habitat loss and therefore loss of prey species.
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