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    High visibility jackets

    Gaborone game reserve, Botswana 2020


    A pair of tiny dung beetles join forces to roll a ball of dung across the rough ground. These hard working insects are more complex than they may initially appear, having the power to navigate by the Milky Way, making them the first known species to do so. The tiny insects can orient themselves to the bright strip of light generated by the galaxy, and then move in a line relative to it. It is hardly surprising that the ancient Egyptians revered these beautiful bugs, believing they rolled the sun through the sky as if it were a giant ball of dung.


    • Printed on high quality archival fine art paper Foto Rag Fine Art Paper (308Gm)

    • Signed, numbered and includes a certificate of authentication.

    • Internationally shipping 




    Limited Edition prints

    All prints are signed and numbered. These prints are limited to only 30 prints worldwide. Each is signed and numbered just below the image.



    Measurements given refer to the longest edge of the image print area. Each print has a white border surrounding. For sizes larger than those listed, please feel free to get in touch.



    Pricing is for print only. For framing enquiries please get in contact.



    All prints are printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper using long life quality inks to ensure durability. More information on print specifications can be seen in the catalogue.


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