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Surely, one of the Earth's most beautiful animals. These giant cats are part of our folklore and a photograph can inspire and fill you with energy. Below the photos of these striped beauties, you will find more details about them, and how climate change is affecting them. A portion of the purchase of all prints from this site goes towards conservation groups that help tigers and other animals from the effects of climate change.
Black & white pictures of the stunning Indian tiger
One of the earth’s most graceful creatures – an animal that inspires awe and fear in equal proportion. Considered to be a rite of passage for wildlife photographers, capturing an image of a tiger or tigress in its natural habitat requires planning, skill, patience and luck. These gorgeous predators are one of nature’s most elusive large cats. But once you spot one and lock eyes – it’s a moment you will never forget. I’m privileged to be able to photograph Indian tigers at short range.
Shot in: South India
Order tiger fine art wall prints from Ejaz Khan Earth
These tiger photographs make for ideal decor, for home, office or establishment. They are available to order in a variety of sizes, print material, and framing options. Part of the sale amount goes towards organizations that help preserve these magnificent beasts from the effect of climate change.
How climate change affects tigers
Being an apex predator, the tiger plays an important role in the health of an ecosystem. It maintains the balance between herbivores and the vegetation upon which they feed. Remove predators like tigers from here, and a delicate balance collapses.
Climate change is a massive threat to tigers – endangering their habitats and food sources. As climate change accelerates, the longer, drier, hotter seasons are increasing. This leads to wildfires that kill most of the vegetation, tigers, and prey. The forests that are located near the sea are also affected. As sea levels increase, the freshwater drinking sources for tigers is also polluted with salt water, leaving them to starve for good water. Deforestation accelerates climate change and this leads to critically endangered animals like to SUMATRAN TIGER to extinction.
Conservation: How we help animals affected by climate change, and how you can help
I have always believed in giving back. When I began to realize how much damage has been done to the animals and the planet due to climate change, I knew I had to do something. The direction led me to conservation groups and organizations.
As a fashion photographer, I pay the models. In wildlife, I can not pay the animals, so to give back, I’ve developed relationships with conservation organizations such as the Wolf Conservation Center, Cana Foundation, and World Animal Protection.
A percentage of the sale of these tiger prints is donated to these organizations. So when you buy photography from Ejaz Khan Earth, not only do you have an inspiring photo of some of nature’s finest creatures on your walls, but you will also be helping them.
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Q: How many stripes do tigers have?
A: Tigers have over 100 stripes. Tiger’s stripes, just like human fingerprints, are unique to identify each tiger by its stripe pattern.
Q: Where do tigers live?
A: Tigers are commonly found in Asia. Siberian tigers, tend to live in colder areas of Russia and China. Smaller species of tigers live in warmer countries such as India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
Q: Are tigers endangered?
A: Tigers are endangered because of illegal hunting for their pelts, meat, and body parts. Their habitats have been gravely impacted by logging and other forms deforestation.
Q: Where can I buy fine art photo prints of tigers?
A: Black and white pictures of tigers can be purchased through our online wildlife art gallery. Simply contact us for size details and price quotes of your favorite tiger photograph.
Q: How much do tigers weigh?
A: Adult male tigers can weigh between 200-670 lbs and female tigers can weigh 140-370 lbs.