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Pbi6ak Ha Tyhbiiie - Tiger By John Banovich

By John Banovich

Pbi6ak Ha Tyhbiiie - Tiger by John Banovich

Pbi6ak Ha Tyhbiiie translates from Russian to "Fisherman on the river "Toonsha" which is an upper tributary of the Serebryanka, mostly within the zapovednik of the Sikhote Alin biosphere reserve in the Russian Far of the last refuges on earth for the Siberian tiger.

Also known as the Amur tiger, its numbers in the wild are approximately 420 making one of the most endangered of all the great cats. It is a place I know well as I have tracked tigers in this wild, remote wilderness on several occasions with Researchers from the Wildlife Conservation Society ...even finding a fresh tiger kill of a large sika deer stag.

Toonsha was the original name of the creek (indigenous or Chinese) before the Russians renamed so many things. The term "аћсръ" is a local slang word for fisherman. And this could be a common sight as tigers are opportunists who are attracted to movement...and unlike lions, they seem to really like water." John Banovich

Pbi6ak Ha Tyhbiiie - Tiger by John Banovich was released as a Signed and Numbered Limited Edition of only 75 Giclee Canvas art prints with a 28 x 42 Image Size and is for sale for $1,500 unframed. They are in mint condition and have never been framed. Siberian Tigers and Russian Wildlife in art prints and Tigers in art prints for sale framed any way you want or unframed. Order your print today. All prints are professionally boxed and insured and guaranteed to arrive in mint condition. John Banovich Canvas Art Prints for sale. Original Tiger and Wildlife Artwork on sale painted by Montana wildlife artist John Banovich.

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Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Giclee' Canvas 28 x 42 Image Size 75 $1,500.00

Signed & Numbered Studio Edition Giclee' Canvas 40 x 60 Image Size 35 $3,500.00

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