Different types in leopards canvas prints
The leopard, or Panthera pardus, is the only "true" leopard species in the world. It inhabits a wide range of habitats, from deserts and savannas to rainforests and swamps. The African leopard is the most populous of the subspecies and the most represented in leopards canvas prints. Due to this big cat's extensive geographical range and its ability to adapt to a wide range of habitats, several distinct subspecies of leopards exist today. There are black panthers, Indian leopards, North Chinese leopards, Persian leopards, snow leopards and clouded leopard. Unfortunately, there are also several subspecies that are critically endangered such as the Amur leopards, Arabian leopards, Sri Lankan leopards, Javan leopards and Indochinese leopards. Your leopards canvas prints can play a role in reminding people to get involved with the preservation of these gorgeous beings. Just imagine the impact a leopards canvas print such as "Mountain Snowfall" can have on a member of your family, a friend or any type of visitor.
This healthy dose of different species also works in your favor when it comes to decorating your space. You can have real life photographs that are absolutely magnificent and rich in detail, like "Wooden Bed". A leopards canvas print such as this can instantly transform your wall decor into a marvelous sight. Leopards canvas prints also have the aforementioned works of art that give the big an even bigger role and symbolic value. "Leopard on a Kopje" is an incredible view to have within the living room at home, for example. The lush tones and wonderful scenery can also make this leopards canvas print perfect for the break room in the office. As you can see, you have a wide range of options when you are designing with Photowall's leopards canvas prints.
Impact of leopards canvas prints
Not only are leopards graceful and beautiful, but also pound for pound the strongest cats in Africa. Even though they are considered to be the smallest of the so-called "big cats", they are so strong they have the ability to hoist a carcass of up to 50 kilograms into a tree! By dragging the bodies of large animals aloft, it hopes to keep them safe from scavengers such as hyenas. Leopards can also hunt from trees, where their spotted coats allow them to blend with the leaves until they spring with a deadly pounce, as you can see in plenty of our leopards canvas prints. These nocturnal predators also stalk antelope, deer and pigs by stealthy movements in the tall grass. Furthermore, these big cats are strong swimmers and very much at home in the water, where they sometimes eat fish or crabs, as you will notice in some of our more artistic leopards canvas prints. Their distinct spots are called rosettes, because they resemble the shape of a rose. These beautiful patterns are a staple of leopards canvas prints.