"Singing Shark" Art Print
A shark's mouth is always slightly agape if not fully open when it's directly investigating what the quality of something is in the water. Sharks must also continually swim with their mouths open to allow water to push through their gills. As water passes through their gills, this is how they're able to breathe the oxygen in the water to live. The more we know about sharks, the more we can recognize their behaviours and learn how to be in the water with them without misunderstanding.
DESCRIPTION: In this art print, a great white shark I affectionately call Gus, is swimming through the water with his mouth wide open but cheerfully singing. Musical notes eminate from his mouth and both his pectoral fins are pointed down to slow him down as he hits a high note.
If you know a fan of great white sharks, this museum-quality print made on thick and durable matte paper makes a great gift for their office space or home.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 189 g/m²
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%
• Paper is sourced from Japan
Note: In-room mockups show the this print along with the other two from the same series each within a matte and frame for visual reference only. When ordering PLEASE ENSURE you've selected the RIGHT SIZE before confirming your order to show your love of great white sharks!
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