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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.

Malayan Tapir Print


Malayan Tapir Print


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

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Artist: Alexis Trice

Alexis approached her watercolor painting of the tapir with metaphor.  The foliage in front of the animals is bright and green while the foliage behind them gradates towards dying, and wilting.  Alexis' painting represents her hope that we can escape the past and work towards a greener and more beautiful future. 

Alexis Trice is a born and bred New Yorker and a graduate of the School of Visual Arts. She has always had a passion for painting, and an obsessive fascination for flora and fauna. These are her guiding lights along this path called life. 

About the Species

Malayan tapir (Tapirus indicus)

  • Population in the wild: >1500
  •  Print Edition limited to: 1500
  • Population In Captivity: unknown
  • Threatened byHabitat destruction and fragmentation is the primary threat. Large scale deforestation, including illegal logging for timber and the growth of palm oil plantations are major factors in habitat loss. 
  • HabitatFound from southern Thailand and southern Myanmar (Burma) through the Malayan Peninsular and on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. It occurs in rainforests and lower montane forests.


Your purchase of this print will support the work of The Tapir Specialist Group, a unit of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, strives to conserve biological diversity by stimulating, developing, and executing practical programs to study, save, restore, and manage the four species of tapir and their remaining habitats in Central and South America and Southeast Asia.  

Learn more about the Malayan tapir.

Learn more about the artist by visting her website.

info source: The Tapir Specialist Group
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