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Here you can browse and purchase limited-edition art prints created by Endangered Species Print Project artists. We donate a portion of every print to wildlife conservation.

Ganges River Dolphin Print

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Ganges River Dolphin Print

40.00

This is an 8" x 10" archival inkjet print on bamboo paper. 

  • Artist: Daughter Earth
  • Estimated Wild Population/Print Edition: 1800
  • Estimated Population In Captivity: 0
  • Threatened by: The damming of rivers for irrigation and electricity generation which prevent seasonal migrations and degrade habitat.
  • Scientific NamePlatanista gangetica
  • Habitat: Ganges and Brahmaputra freshwater rivers and their tributaries in Bangladesh, India & Nepal
  • Your purchase of this print will supportEDGE Evolutionarily Distinct & Globally Endangered
  • Learn more about the Ganges River Dolphin

 

Notes from the artist, Daughter EarthI recently traveled to West Bengal with Tea Collection - a boutique children's clothing company where I am a designer. I had the pleasure of meeting with amazing kantha artists, including Mahamaya Sikdar - a president's award winner in her craft. I've always been fascinated by river dolphins and with the recent extinction of baiji (Yangtze River Dolphin) I felt it was particularly important to bring attention to our planet's remaining river dolphins. I was so inspired by the wonderful people and crafting I saw in the region around the Ganges River that I wanted to draw inspiration from that for this piece. The shapes and stitch markings are all inspired by kanthas of the region.

*please note all population counts reflect the population counted at the time of printing

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