Tiger's head 1983

David Shepherd

david shepherd tiger's head
Tiger Head.
Signed Limited Edition print of 850
Date of publication:- 1983.
Image Size:- 9" x 5.5"
Stamped by the fine art trade guild.
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The tiger has adapted to a great variety of environments, from the Siberian taiga, where nights can be as cold as -40 C (-40 F), to the mangrove swamps of the Sundarbans,
where the temperatures reach more than 40 C (104 F). Tigers haunt the ruins of buildings such as courts and temples and are at home in habitats ranging from dry grassland to rainforest.
Grasslands, mixed grassland-forests, and deciduous rather than densely canopied forests support maximum population densities, as these habitats maintain the highest number of prey species.
Having evolved in the temperate and subtropical forests of eastern Asia, the tiger is less tolerant of heat than other large cats, which may explain why it is an adept swimmer that appears to enjoy bathing.
Under stress it may climb trees.

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