Palm-Oil Survivors limited edition print
This limited edition print of just 50 copies, signed and numbered by environmental photojournalist Aaron Bertie Gekoski, shows Bornean elephants searching for food in a palm oil plantation in the Malaysian state of Sabah. As the rainforest is cleared for palm oil plantations, numbers of elephants have dwindled to less than 2,000. This photograph was a winner in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award run by the Natural History Museum London. The A4 print is produced on German Etching matt fine art textured 310gm paper and includes a border around the image.