Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)
Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)

Ndotto (Bronze Sculpture)

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Dimensions 3.9 x 5.3 x 3.9 inch (H*L*W) 2.1 lbs
10 x 13.5 x 10 cm (H*L*W) 0.95 kgs

Materials Bronze

Editions /25

50% of all proceeds go to The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

NDOTTO'S STORY
On the very peak of the Ndoto Mountains, in Kenya’s remote Northern Frontier District, a tiny newborn baby elephant was found confused, alone and scared in a throng of sheep and goats.  This little calf had evidently become mixed up in the nomadic Samburu tribesmen’s livestock soon after he was born.  It is probably that the human presence is what frightened his mother leaving the abandoned calf mixed up in the livestock.   The traditional Samburu pastoralists here live in an extremely isolated and inaccessible area of Kenya, a beautiful and majestic landscape.  Despite many of the Samburu people being sympathetic and use to living this life of coexistence between man, their livestock and the wild animals, sometimes human wildlife conflict can unintentionally create these kinds of tragedies. 

Ndotto is part of Gillie and Marc's exhibition - The Orphans. 

If you purchase him, 50% will go directly to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

> You can also adopt Maktao here