Tiger Stalking Wall Print

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1. Choose the type - canvas, photo paper or fine art paper. Need more details? See the wall prints guide.

2. Select the size - the options in the drop-down menu refer to the print before a frame is added (including any border). All images are produced in their original uncropped format, so the actual image size may vary depending on your selection.

Canvas prints: the full image covers the entire front face. There is no border and the edges are white. The size selected from the drop-down size menu will be the actual image size.

Photo paper or fine art paper (framed or unframed) - actual image size within the border will be:

Paper size: width x height  Actual image size: width x height
30cm x 40cm 19.7cm x 28cm
40cm x 50cm 28.1cm x 40cm
50cm x 70cm 38cm x 54cm
70cm x 100cm 50cm x 70.9cm

3. Pick a frame (or choose not to). Frames are 2cm wide and stand 2.3cm from the wall.

4. Add to basket and you're done!

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Description / Tiger Stalking Wall Print

Tiger Stalking © Andy Rouse 2010. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum, London.

Tiger portraits are common enough (though tigers are most definitely not), but to photograph head‑on the mesmerizing gaze of an intensely focused hunter is rare. This young tigress also gave Andy the chance to see a hunt from start to finish, on the very last drive of a trip to India.

The young tigress stalked a herd of chital deer for a couple of hours through the long grass in Ranthambore National Park, while Andy stalked her. She followed the herd for more than a kilometre, constantly surveying for any sign of weakness or injury among the deer, before finally selecting her victim. Moments before she charged, Andy took his winning shot.