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£ 100


Yala National Park


Sri Lankan Elephant (Elephas maximus maximus)

Conservation Status

Listed as Endangered on the IUCN List


Milinda Wattegedara

Size of your Print (In Inches) – 16” x 24” photograph printed in Canvas and stretch framed.

The Full Description Is Below

1 in stock



Tusker Mahasena, currently in Musth, has made a rare appearance in Yala National Park, Block 6. His purpose for venturing into this area is to seek a suitable female partner for mating. It is worth noting that sightings of Sri Lankan tuskers in their natural habitat have become increasingly scarce. These magnificent creatures with prominent tusks now constitute less than 5% of the overall elephant population. The decline in their numbers can be attributed primarily to the loss of their natural habitat, as well as the detrimental impact of human-elephant conflicts. The latter has resulted in the elimination of a significant portion of the aggressive male population from the wild. Consequently, this has led to genetic changes within the elephant population, ultimately leading to a decline in the majestic tusker population in their natural environment.

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Delivery Terms

Delivery Terms

Option 1 - You can collect your print from the Sri Lankan High Commission between the 4th and the 8th of November 2023.
Option 2 - We can also arrange delivery of your print at an extra charge to your address. The delivery charge will be communicated to you over the Telephone and will be based on the actual cost charged by the courier.