Cheetahs rely on sight to detect their prey and are therefore more active during the day; their distinctive tear marks, running from the inside of the eye to the corner of their mouth, help to keep sunlight away from their eyes. In summertime, they are more active early morning and late afternoon, and they will rest in shade during the hottest hours of the day. This helps them to avoid larger predators which hunt at night.
Photographed 1 July, 2021. South Africa.
Fine art wildlife prints by our founder, internationally awarded National Geographic photographer and filmmaker, Shannon Wild.
SMALL Fine Art Print - 30cm/12" - Open edition
Measuring 30cm/12" on the longest side. Open edition print fine art print, shipped flat.
MEDIUM Fine Art Print - 60cm/24" - Limited Edition of 100
Measuring 60cm/24" on the longest side. Limited edition of only 100 prints. Includes white border to assist framing and shipped rolled in a tube.
LARGE Fine Art Print - 110cm/43" - Limited Edition of 5
Measuring 110cm/43” on the longest side. Limited edition of only 5 prints. Includes white border to assist framing. Hand signed by Shannon and includes a certificated of authenticity. Ships rolled in a tube.
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