Saber Tooth Cat
- Subject: Indian Animal Miniature Painting
- Paint Material: Opaque watercolors
- Base Material: Islamic Script Paper (unframed)
- Size:8 in. wide X 4.5 in. tall (20 cms X 11.5 cms)
- Age: Modern Handmade Art
- Country of origin: India
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Express your love for one of nature's most unique and beautiful animals by adding to your collection this highly detailed and painstakingly hand-painted artwork. This realistic looking Saber Toothed Cat in the jungle is sure to showcase your good taste in fine art.
This colorful image of the prehistoric, and now extinct, wild cat is captured in stunning color and detail by famous Jaipur wild life miniature artist, Mr. Narendra Katara.
What most people refer to as the Saber-Tooth Tiger was actually a species of prehistoric cat known as Smilodon fatalis, which was only distantly related to modern lions, tigers and cheetahs. Why did the Saber-Tooth Tiger vanish off the face of the earth at the end of the last Ice Age? It's unlikely that early humans hunted Smilodon to extinction; rather, you can blame a combination of climate change and the disappearance of this cat's large-sized, slow-witted prey.
A perfect addition to your wild life art collection so don't miss out on this rare painting of the extinct Saber Tooth Cat. Buy it now.