About the Subject
Original drawing of a Short-beaked Echidna.
Found throughout Australia, the Short-beaked Echidna is an egg-laying mammal (with a pouch!) that feeds on ants and termites. It is covered with spines and curls itself into a ball to deter predators when threatened. They have powerful legs and claws to burrow into soil and to dig into termite mounds.
- Approx. 16 x 12″ / 41 x 31cm (landscape)
About the Artwork
- Original drawing is unmounted and unframed
- Faber-castell Polychromos (oil-based) pencils on HP watercolour paper
- Shipped flat-packed using Australia post, express & insured
- Colours may vary slightly to what you see on your computer monitor due to differences in monitor calibrations