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"Animals²" Series

A brand new exciting way to view animals. Simon is proud to be releasing the first boxset of his images. In a beautiful square hand crafted presentation box. Ten prints mounted ready to be framed.

This first edition includes two cub prints, and eight adult Cheetah prints from Simon's collection of Cheetah photography. Mounted ready for the wall, you simply need to place your favourite prints in a 10 inch Square frame.


IUCN
Last Assessment:
28th May 2014

Classified:
Vulnerable

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