Ganyi Dreaming


The Ganyi, better known as the echidna, has a stubby, hairless tail and long, sharp clawed feet with which they can burrow through any ground surface fossicking for food. They use their long, sensitive nose to locate food. Once they find it, they use their long, slim, sticky tongue to catch the ants or insects.

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64 × 140 cm | Acrylic on canvas | Cat. no: 0374-21

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