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Ethiopian Gallery

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Choose from 714 pictures in our Ethiopian collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Cattle shelter, Ethiopia Featured Print

Cattle shelter, Ethiopia

Cattle shelter. Aerial view of a cattle shelter in the foothills of the Bale Mountains, Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. This area is within the Oromo tribal district, populated by the Oromo people, the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia. Most of the Oromo are farmers and nomadic herders of livestock. Bale Mountains National Park has a high proportion of animals endemic to the region (found only here and nowhere else). In 2009, it was added to UNESCO's Tentative List of proposed World Heritage Sites. Photographed in 2011

© BRIAN GADSBY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Mantled guereza Featured Print

Mantled guereza

Mantled guereza (Colobus guereza) young adult in a garden searching for food. This monkey is also known as the eastern black-and-white colobus. Found in west central and east Africa, it lives in troops consisting of one adult male and several females. It feeds on fruits, flowers and seeds, with a body length of some 60 centimetres, not including its long tail (lower left). Photographed in Ethiopia

© BRIAN GADSBY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Mantled guereza mother and baby Featured Print

Mantled guereza mother and baby

Mantled guereza (Colobus guereza) mother and baby in a wild fig tree. This monkey is also known as the eastern black-and-white colobus. Found in west central and east Africa, it lives in troops consisting of one adult male and several females. It feeds on fruits, flowers and seeds, and reaches a body length of some 60 centimetres. Newborn babies are carried by their mother for their first few months. Photographed in Ethiopia

© BRIAN GADSBY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY