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Make a statement in your home with the Baby Elephants Print Jumbo framed in Silver wedge with linen slip.
Jeff Vanuga is a professional photographer based in Dubois, Wyoming. His photography has taken him around the world and his work has been published throughout the world in magazines and national advertising campaigns, including National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, Travel Holiday, BBC Wildlife, among others. He has won major international awards including first place in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and the National Wildlife Photographic Competition. His photograph of these two baby elephants at play was taken in Kenya.
Also available in a wide range of alternative frames, please call for further details.
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