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Prints For Nature Supports Conservation International

This is Rajan. An Asian elephant that was brought to the Andaman Islands in the 1950s to help extract timber from the jungles. Along with a small group of 10 elephants, he was forced to learn how to swim in the ocean to bring logged trees to nearby boats. When logging became banned in 2002, Rajan was out of a job. He was the last of the group to survive and enjoyed his retirement by swimming in the ocean and foraging in the jungle he once used to log. He died at the age of 66 in 2016. Copyright Jody MacDonald / Prints for Nature


By Everett Potter

Anyone who is looking for a way to give back to the planet and add a stunning wildlife photograph by a world-class nature photographer to their wall should check out a new initiative called Prints for Nature. This is a short-lived fine art photographic print sale to help protect the natural world in what is being dubbed a critical and defining moment.

More than 85 of the world’s best photographers who focus on wildlife and the environment have donated prints for this cause. Prints for Nature is an independent initiative by some of the most notable photographers in the world and was organized by National Geographic photojournalist Ami Vitale …


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