Lafi the Saboteur.
A dying species once common throughout the savannah plains ofMaasai Mara. This tall and proud beast keeps a grudge and is extremely territorial. A local myth talks of Lafi hunting down a herdsman for days, who veered unknowingly into its territory.
The clan had to sacrifice the ill fated herdsman to spare their manyattas from Lafi’s combustible wrath. “It is very important we maintain traditions and herding routes” said the village elder, as a warning to the younger peers and those to follow. Almost two centuries later without an incident and you would have to wonder if it was all true or just a tale meant to control herding routes.
Head to Tail: 36m
Colours: yellow gold with a white creamy underbelly. Its skin features tough black scales.
Age: 200+ years
Fire Breathing: methane based
Vulnerability: its underbelly can be easily pierced (if you can get to it)
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.